Since the Samsung Galaxy Tab A9+ tablet is getting closer to its expected launch somewhere between September and October, it’s time for an update with some new leaks from us on this new entry level tablet from Samsung.
First of all, even though it’s replacing the 10.5-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A8, the screen has grown to 10.95 inches.
Exactly how Samsung will market the screen size however is another matter, since tablet brands will often, but not always, round off the number to the nearest whole number. Like when tablet brands with 10.36-inch screens round it off to 10.4 inches in the marketing.
The first benchmark test of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A9+ had already given us the chance to assume that it had a Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 processor, and that can be confirmed too, along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB storage options.
Other new specs that can be confirmed includes GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo location sensors. From earlier leaks we have seen that there are both Wi-Fi and cellular versions of this new Samsung tablet.
The last news on the 10.95-inch Full HD Android 13 tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab A9+ is that it has just been FCC approved too, which brought with it an illustration of it, that even shows the length and width.
Dimensions for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A9+ are 257.11mm x 168.66mm with a thickness of 6.94mm.
So that’s a very thin tablet for a entry level type of tablet from a company like Samsung.
– Tom Bowen