Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 series’ S Pen gets FCC certification

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The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 series will all support a new S Pen, which has just passed through the FCC to get certified.

The S Pen, model name EJ-PX710, supports Bluetooth Low Energy, has a built-in 2.40V capacitor for quick recharging, and will likely be attached to the tablet through a magnetic strip on the back, just like on the Galaxy Tab S8 series.

Also just like the Galaxy Tab S8 series, the Galaxy Tab S9 series will feature three members – the Galaxy Tab S9, likely the smallest, the Tab S9+, a bigger middle option, and the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra. The Ultra will have a 14.6-inch Super AMOLED with 120Hz refresh rate.

Earlier today we learned that the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will arrive in three memory versions – 8/128GB, 12/256GB, and 16/512GB. The Ultra will retain the 11,200mAh battery capacity of its predecessor.

FCC certification of the new S Pen

FCC certification of the new S Pen

All three slabs will run on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip.

Also, all three tablets will premiere IP67 water and dust resistance in the mainstream tablet lineup.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 series' S Pen gets FCC certification

Samsung is yet to set a date for the announcement of the tablet trio, but once we hear more about them we’ll keep you posted.


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