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Samsung’s top tablet, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, would fall to the notch

Three high-end models of the Galaxy Tab S8 tablet would be available, including an Ultra, according to renderings from OnLeaks and 91Mobiles. A feature that has caught our attention is the notch that would house the selfie camera, something quite unusual for this manufacturer.

While each new generation of Samsung tablets has been treated to two high-end variants – the Galaxy Tab S7 FE being deemed cheaper, Samsung seems to be changing its approach for the Galaxy Tab S8 with a third model dubbed Ultra.

As per our sources relating to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, its images reveal a notch on the tablet’s front edge, which is a first for a tablet. This notch is evocative of the iPhone, and the new 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros were released last week.

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Will this notch provide the experience a little bit extra? No, it seems. According to 91Mobiles, it would not be a problem to include a comparable technology to Face ID, but there would be more area for the selfie sensor. That’s all there is to it. If Samsung has anything special in store for us, we’ll find out in the future.

This Ultra model would also take14.6 inches screen size instead of 11 and 12.4 inches on the Galaxy Tab S8 and S8 Plus, respectively. Two cameras and four speakers would be invited to the party from the rear.

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OnLeaks has been following the upcoming generation of Samsung tablets with a great interest for quite some time. Another set of high-resolution photographs was recently published online, this time displaying the original Galaxy Tab S8 in all of its glory.

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