The latest Galaxy Tab S9 series tablets exhibit enhanced performance compared to their 2022 counterparts, thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. While Samsung hasn't extensively elaborated on the distinctions, Qualcomm stated in November last year that the Kyro CPU within the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 showcases a 35% boost in speed and up to 40% greater energy efficiency than its forerunner.
To add on, the Adreno GPU integrated into the chip showcases a 25% surge in performance and a remarkable 45% advancement in power efficiency. Samsung has also introduced a vapor chamber cooling solution in these tablets, marking a debut for Galaxy tablets, which could potentially contribute to sustaining their performance levels over time.
The Samsung OneUI is packed with customization features, making it easy and fun to use. The Tab S9 runs with Android 13 and is set to receive four years of OS updates.
The battery capacities of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra, Tab S9+, and Tab S9 are 11,200 mAh, 10,090 mAh, and 8,400 mAh, respectively. Each of these variants is equipped to handle fast charging of up to 45W so there’s no need to worry about returning them to 100% after heavy usage. The USB Type-C port is also designed to be compatible with USB 3.2, making it easy to link the tablet to a TV or an external monitor.