All models also feature symmetrical display bezels, although they are still relatively wide on the entry-level model. Additionally, Samsung has also simplified its rear panel design. Previously, the company integrated the rear camera and magnetic pen holder into a long black strip that also stood out from the rest of the rear panel. In contrast, all Galaxy Tab S9 models feature pronounced camera lenses that match the design language of Samsung’s flagship smartphones.
Likewise, the S Pen charging area is now integrated into the rear panel. Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Tab S9 series at its next Galaxy Unpacked event in Seoul at the end of this month. Currently, the company is expected to showcase the Galaxy Z Fold5 and Galaxy Z Flip5, as well as the Galaxy Watch6 and Galaxy Watch6 Classic at the same event.
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