Samsung Tab S8 Series is Marvellous. Everything you need to know.

Firstly, GadgetsFix has found out that Samsung has released three new flagship tablets, the regular Tab S8 and S8 Plus joined by a brand-new S8 Ultra (Samsung Tab 8 Series), the most heated question by customers is which tablet should you buy? Here are interesting details of the three impressive Galaxy Tab S8 series.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra: Design

Secondly, The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is the most impressive Galaxy tablet yet: providing a whopping 14.6 inches. Significantly, with its ginormous 14.6-inch OLED display; with the optional keyboard attached and improved multi-window mode, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra could potentially replace a laptop.

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With its keyboard, it looks great and is still the lightest Tab ever

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While the size of Tab S8 Plus is 12.4in and Tab S8 is 11in, It is worth mentioning that the Tab S8 series is a totally fresh prospect: a lightweight shell and no shortage of power.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra: Display 

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Thirdly, The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra features a large 14.6-inch (2960×1848) AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. This is significantly larger than the 12.4-inch Galaxy Tab S7 Plus or 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The resolution beats the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus and 11-inch iPad Pro but doesn’t quite match up to the larger iPad Pro’s Liquid Retina XDR mini-LED panel.

Fourthly, A large screen invites creatives to use the Tab S8 Ultra as a sketching or editing canvas. Through the Samsung Notes app, you can jot down reminders on your tablet and then pull them up on your Samsung smartphone later. During our hands-on time with the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, the screen was a bit more reflective than we’d like, but it produces a bright and vivid picture, and the scrolling felt smooth.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra: Battery

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra: Battery and charging

The Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra has an 11,200 mAh battery. That’s a bit larger than the 10,090 mAh found in the Tab S7 Plus. The tablet supports 45W charging that, according to Samsung, can get the tablet to 100% in 80 minutes. The company says the tablet lasts up to 15 hours. Samsung also says the tablet can act as a portable charger for other devices you decide to plug into it.

This tablet has the same 45W battery as the Galaxy Tab S7, which boasted better battery life than the iPad Pro. We’ll need to conduct our own tests to see how long the Tab S8 Ultra’s battery lasts, but if it’s close to the 13 hours and 16 minutes of the Tab S7, I doubt anyone will be disappointed.

An Ultra-Wide Camera That Moves with You

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With a 123 degree field of vision, it expands your view in a significant way, seeing almost as much as your eyes can — much wider than the Wide-angle Camera does.

Watch all together with Google Duo

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Google’s Duo is providing live sharing features, that incorporates group YouTube watching over video calls. Google’s Duo app is adding a new set of “live sharing” features that will let you quickly share photos, notes, watch YouTube and work together across certain apps when video chatting across Android phones.

Obviously, Samsung is targeting hybrid and at-home workers with the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, as it packs dual front cameras with support to up to 4K resolution for video calls as well as auto framing for keeping you in the frame as you move around. Moreover, there’s advanced noise reduction to make sure you come through loud and clear.

The Samsung Tab 8 Series Display Quality

Size isn’t the only factor that separates the displays. The Tab S8’s is technically the sharpest: with a resolution of 2560×1600, its pixel density works out at 276ppi. That’s higher than the other Galaxy Tabs, plus the iPad Air and the iPad Pro. But there’s a caveat: it has an LPTS TFT panel. While that’s better than a standard LCD, it won’t deliver the same deep blacks and vibrant hues as an AMOLED.

Verdict of Samsung Tab 8 Series

So where does that leave the S8 Ultra? As above, it features a sizeable 14.6in screen, dwarfing anything in Apple’s tablet line-up. It’s relatively weighty at an average of 727g, yet Samsung also reckons it’s housed in the “thinnest, lightest, but strongest body” of any Galaxy Tab to date. Courtesy of Armor Aluminium protection, the shell is supposedly 30% more scratch-resistant and 40% less prone to bending.

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