In July, Samsung unveiled its latest tablet offering, the 14.6-inch Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra. This is the company’s most advanced and largest tablet, and we hoped it would give a shot at how it stacks up against the $12.9-inches iPad Pro.
The Tab S9 Ultra’s 14.6-inch screen is a significant improvement over the iPad Pro, boasting opulent colors and vivid blackness.
The device features an under-display fingerprint sensor and facial recognition technology, while the horizontal front camera allows for landscape orientation instead of portrait mode like the iPad Pro.
The battery has a useful life of roughly eight hours and can be expanded with X microSD card for storage, unlike the Apple products. It also boasts an IP68 water and dust resistant rating, which is more advanced than that of the iPads.
There are some notable drawbacks, such as the weighty $350 keyboard cover that doesn’t sit well on a lap and has erratic trackpad functionality. The sound quality is poor compared to that of the iPad Pro, and Android tablets don’T have the same level of smoothness or usability as iPadOS on an iPad.
What is your review of Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra?