The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE tablets has previously leaked on two occasions already. But today the CAD renders were published for one of them too via OnLeaks.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ is measured as being 6.54mm thick with a screen size of 12.4 inches. The model number for this model is believed to be SM-X616B, based upon some of the benchmarks that have been ran for this tablet.
Design and dimensions are the only aspects that can be concluded from CAD renders, but at least it confirms the size, as well as the twin rear cams and magnetic pen charger.
From before we have seen the benchmarks for SM-X516B and SM-X616B, which are believed to be the 11-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ respectively.
These benchmarks have generally clocked in just under 1000 in single-core and up to the 2490 mark in multi-core in Geekbench 6, with both 6GB and 8GB RAM, and both with a Samsung Exynos 1380 5G chipset.
Now if this is the processor that Samsung will be using on the both versions of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE, then the performance will be as near as makes no difference 100% identical to that of the present Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE, which has a Qualcomm processor instead.
So that will give people something to talk about.
Back in June, it was said that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE tablets are around two months behind the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 tablets. So we might be able to expect a launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE tablets around October then.
The previous leaks stated that the color options will be Gray, Light Green, Light Pink and Silver.
Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 flagship tablets will be unveiled on July 26.
– Tom Bowen