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This would be the S8 series of Samsung Galaxy Tab tablets, according to leak

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The tablet segment leaves behind a bad time, where the focus was mostly on convertible devices, and is back in the spotlight, with an increasing number of companies betting on launching their new models on the market, including to Oppo, who are already working on what will be their first Android tablet under the name of OPPO Pad.

But now we are going to look at Samsung and the Leak of the specifications of its new line of Galaxy Tab tablets, the S8 series. As a leak that it is, you must always maintain the necessary caution until the moment in which the company makes its official presentation, scheduled for next February.

According to WinFuture, the Galaxy Tab S8 series of tablets Samsung It will house three members, also being the first tablets to reach the market with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, which is already quite striking from the outset.

three powerful members

The first would be base model, with 11″ LCD screen, capable of offering images at a resolution of 2560 × 1600, and with a refresh rate of 120Hz. It will also have 8 GB of RAM and 128 or 256 GB of internal storage, which will also be expandable via microSD cards. In the photographic section, it will have two rear cameras, a 13MP main camera and a 6MP ultra-wide camera. The front camera will have a 12MP sensor, housing support for facial recognition.

Its 8,000 mAh battery and USB-C 3.2 port for data transfer add to the fact that this family will bet on Android 12 as the operating system, completing its main specifications.

The middle member, the Galaxy Tab S8+It will have a 12.7″ AMOLED type screen, with a resolution of 2800 × 1752 and a refresh rate of 120Hz. It also shares the same chip, the same RAM and the same internal storage capacities, and even the same photographic features, having a 10,0090 mAh capacity battery.

The surprise of this series is the arrival of a third member, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. According to the aforementioned leaks, it has a 14.6″ AMOLED screen with a 2960 × 1848 resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. To the options of RAM and internal storage, in this model you can also opt for 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal storage. As for the photographic section, this model has two 12MP front cameras.

And its battery, logically, grows in capacity, reaching up to 11,200 mAh. All these models also have an independent fingerprint sensor, and the higher the level of the device, the thinner it is.

Pricing is currently unknown in this leak, although a previous leak discussed pricing starting at $850 for the base model, $900 for the S8+, and $1,100 for the S8 Ultra.

We see that with tablets, from Samsung they want to follow the same strategy that they have carried out in recent times with mobile phones, with the difference that the photographic features are somewhat reduced, and that with these tablets, in addition to their size screen, you can’t make phone calls either.

It only remains to be seen if some of these members could also support 5G connectivity.

Image Credit: WinFuture

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Apple’s big March presentation: details about the iPad Air 5 and the new iPhone SE

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According to Japanese blog Mac Otakara, Apple plans to release a fifth generation iPad Air with similar features to the recently released sixth generation iPad mini. The tablet should receive a single-chip Apple A15 Bionic system, a 12-megapixel wide-angle front camera, 5G support, and a four-color True Tone LED flash.

The new tablet will have the same body as the current model, including one rear camera. The current iPad Air, released in October 2020, features a 10.9-inch thin bezel display, a power button with Touch ID scanner, and a USB-C port. It is said that Apple will not raise the price of the iPad Air 5, but will remain in the current price range.

Apple's big March presentation: details about the iPad Air 5 and the new iPhone SE

The source adds that the new iPad Air will be released in March this year along with the third-generation iPhone SE. As for the new smartphone, it will also receive the Apple A15 Bionic single-chip system and support for fifth-generation networks, but there should not be any changes in terms of design. So claims Mac Otakara, although at the end of last week the new iPhone SE with an unexpectedly large screen and bangs was shown in high-quality images.

The source confirms that Apple will price the iPhone SE3 below $400 in the US and drop it from RMB 3,299 to RMB 3,000 in China.

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11-inch Windows 11 tablet with Core i3-1115G4 processor and 256 GB SSD for $440. Cube iWork GT sales start in China

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According to a source, the Cube iWork GT tablet computer went on sale in China. The device belongs to a small category of Wintel devices, and devices based on Core processors, not Pentium or Celeron.

11-inch Windows 11 tablet with Core i3-1115G4 processor and 256 GB SSD for $440.  Cube iWork GT sales start in China

The Cube iWork GT features an 11-inch Full HD screen, 8GB LPDDR4 memory and a 256GB SSD. The base version has a Core i3-1115G4 processor, while the top one has a Core i5-1135G7. USB-C and USB-A ports are provided for connecting accessories, there is a Micro HDMI video output and a standard headphone jack.

11-inch Windows 11 tablet with Core i3-1115G4 processor and 256 GB SSD for $440.  Cube iWork GT sales start in China

The thickness of the case is 10.5 mm, while inside the cooling system uses an active element – a fan. Weight Cube iWork GT – about 600 grams. The cost of the basic version is $440, the top version with a Core i5 processor is $580.

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Bull’s-eye: Apple abandoned the glass panel in the new iPad Pro, but MagSafe will still build in

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Apple is preparing to release new flagship iPad Pro tablets in 2022. The company was previously speculated to be experimenting with a glass back and wireless charging. However, according to the thematic resource 9to5Mac, the “glass” option could be canceled by Apple.

Bull's-eye: Apple abandoned the glass panel in the new iPad Pro, but MagSafe will still build in

However, the company still wants to use MagSafe wireless magnetic charging in the new iPad Pro.

Sources familiar with Apple’s design plans told 9to5Mac that the company is unsure about using glass for the back of the iPad, as it’s easier to damage and will make the product more brittle. However, the presence of an aluminum back panel will make it difficult for the device to be compatible with MagSafe charging stations.

According to the source, to solve the problem, Apple developed iPad Pro prototypes with a larger logo. The bullseye is similar in size to that shown on the MacBook Pro, but is made of glass. This allows you to fully enjoy wireless charging through the glass logo.

The prototype also has stronger magnets to prevent accidents and supports charging at higher speeds than iPhone’s MagSafe.

The new iPad Pro has a larger battery, an iPhone 13-like camera module, and an entirely new SoC, possibly the same as the upcoming MacBook Air, called the Apple M2.

It is also noted that the company is experimenting with large form factors – a diagonal of more than 12.9 inches, and is also considering adding a “bangs”. However, the latter is very unlikely to be implemented in the final commercial samples of 2022.

The official debut of the new iPad Pro is expected in the first half of 2022.

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