Samsung’s new mid-range tablets, Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ have been added to the Google Play Console device catalogue, which confirms a few more specs.
These are the 11-inch and 12.4-inch models of the two upcoming S9 FE and S9 FE+ models that are expected to enter the market a couple of weeks from now with Android 13.
We have already posted the first images here on Tabletmonkeys, and both tablets have also been benchmarked, they have been FCC approved, and their support pages have been popping up on Samsung for a month already.
But the Google Play Console listing that was spotted by TechOutlook also confirms that the 11-inch Tab S9 FE has a 2304 x 1440 resolution display, which gives the tablet a DPI of 280. While the Tab S9 FE+ has a 2560 x 1600 resolution display, giving it a DPI of 340.
It has happened on a rare occasion that the listings have been wrong prior to a launch though, but so far the screen resolution seems legit, even if the Tab S9 FE screen resolution may seem off.
The model that was listed was the Tab S9 FE top model with 5G, which has 6GB of RAM. The Tab S9 FE+ was listed with 8GB of RAM, both of which corresponds to their benchmarks. And both feature the octa-core 2.4 GHz Samsung Exynos 1380 processor with a Mali-G68 GPU.
I’ve seen as much as seven different 5G models between the two tablet models, which I can share with you here.
But Samsung will launch Wi-Fi only models of the two tablet too of course.
The color choices have previously been leaked too, which are called mint, lavender, graphite, and silver.
– Tom Bowen