Here’s The First Look At Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra With Renders Leaked Online 

Samsung is currently busy in preparing itself for its next and highly-awaited Galaxy Unpacked 2024 proceedings, which is going to be held next month, meanwhile, a fresh report suggests the first look at the rumored Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra, although Samsung will not introduce this tab at the Unpacked event. 

Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra to look similar to the Tab S9 Ultra

With the information shared by the Onleaks, the audience can easily take a look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra, whose images have just surfaced across the internet. The source shared a few images, which are available in full 5K resolution, of the rumoured Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra, which looks more or less similar to the previous Tab S9 Ultra. The new Tab S10 Ultra looks exactly slimmer as the S9 was while also making it so light in weight and comfortable to hold for long runs. 

Samsung’s newest Tab S10 Ultra will feature a quirky design with a big 14.6-inch display. The power as well as the volume buttons are located on the right side, while the S Pen has a magnetic charging on the back panel of the tablet. With regards to the camera system, it has dual front as well as dual rear cameras with a display notch at the front. 

Besides that, it could be expected that Samsung might introduce the Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra in 12GB+256GB and 16GB+512GB memory variants, respectively. Meanwhile, we are still too far away to witness the launch of the new Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra, these reports are just rumours and can’t be considered as official. Plus, it will be interesting to see whether Samsung will equip Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 or the Samsung X Elite chipset in its rumoured Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra.  


Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra Leak

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