Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra Leaked Renders: What you Should Know

 Renders of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra have leaked online, hinting at a design similar to the current Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra. The South Korean tech company is anticipated to release its next-generation tablets early next year, but details are already emerging. According to reports, the design of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra might not see significant changes, with the device likely to retain its large, slim profile and dual front cameras housed in a notch.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra Leaked

Leaked designs from tipster @OnLeaks, in collaboration with Android Headlines, reveal that the Galaxy S10 Ultra will continue to feature dual front cameras in a notch and dual rear cameras with an LED flash. The power and volume buttons are expected to remain on the right side of the tablet.

The dimensions are rumored to be the same as its predecessor, the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra, measuring 326.4 x 208.6 x 5.45mm. While this makes the tablet sleek, it is not the slimmest on the market, with the new iPad Pro 13-inch (2024) being only 5.1mm thick.

The tablet is also expected to have a similar 14.6-inch AMOLED display, quad speakers tuned by AKG, and a magnetically attachable S-Pen. However, though the renders are available, there is limited information on the tablet's specifications.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S10+, expected to be part of the same lineup, is reported to feature a MediaTek Dimensity 9300+ chipset and might come with the model number SM-X828U. It is speculated to have 12GB of RAM and run on Android 14. The US variant appeared on Geekbench, scoring 2,141 on single-core and 6,952 on multi-core tests.


After dropping your comment, keep calm, it may take minutes before it appears after moderation.

You want to get notified when I reply to your comment? Kindly tick the "Notify Me" box.


Contact Form