In addition to the much-anticipated Galaxy Tab S9 Series, Samsung is quietly gearing up to introduce a more wallet-friendly tablet series within the A series lineup.
One of the notable members of this upcoming lineup, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 Plus, has recently come under the spotlight thanks to a series of certifications made public by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
These certifications provide insights into the tablet, codenamed XM-X210, revealing that it will be powered by a Snapdragon 695 chipset, offering support for dual-band Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth with BLE5 technology. Additionally, one certification mentions that the tablet’s display will hold TUV Rheinland certification, and it will come equipped with a robust 7040mAh battery capable of fast charging at 15W.
The tablet is expected to have dimensions of 257.11 x 168.66 x 6.94mm, potentially indicating a slightly larger screen compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy Tab A8.
Prior to these certifications, the tablet had already piqued interest with its initial benchmark scores on Geekbench, confirming not only the Snapdragon 695 chipset but also revealing 4 GB of RAM, and it is set to run on Android 13 with Samsung’s One UI 5.1.