Leaked 5K Renders Reveal Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra's Familiar Design

Leaked 5K Renders Reveal Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra's Familiar Design

Samsung is reportedly developing the Galaxy Tab S10 series, with high-resolution renders revealing the top-of-the-line Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra. The device is expected to feature a 14.6-inch display, maintaining its position as the largest Android tablet on the market. The dimensions are reported to be 326.4 x 208.6 x 5.45mm, slightly thinner than its predecessor, the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra. The design appears to remain largely unchanged, with a thin chassis, dual cameras, quad speakers, and a magnetic charging slot for the S Pen.

The Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra will reportedly be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 9300, marking the first time a Samsung flagship device uses this processor. However, the specific processor for the Ultra model is still undecided. The device will come with up to 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage, and will be available in both Wi-Fi and 5G models. Other features include an all-metal build, IP rating for water resistance, and One UI 6.1. The tablet is expected to be unveiled either late this year or early next year, possibly at Samsung's Unpacked event.

While the design of the Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra shows no major changes, it will continue to include features like dual front and rear cameras and quad speakers tuned by AKG. The power and volume buttons will be located on the right side of the tablet. The device is anticipated to be a direct competitor to Apple's iPad Pro, with its dimensions being just slightly thicker than the 5.1mm iPad Pro 13-inch.


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