As everyone knows that Android Tabs in the world has not a good market. But when we talk about the Samsung Tabs then it comes that to be trending in the market. Last year Tab S7 took the lead in the market with the Tab S7+. Also, it heads over to the latest iPad. So, if the users are waiting for the successors of the tab. Then it is good to listen that a new leak regarding the Samsung’s Tab suggests that this year there will be 3 tablets launch together with a large display and more specifications.
The leak comes from the survey conducted by Samsung in South Korea. In which they suggested the launch of the new upcoming “Basquiat” lineup of tablets or the Tab 8. The to is numbered accordingly and the “Basquiat 3” is expected to be at the top with most of the advanced features. So, now let’s know that what we have got about all the three “Basquiat”.
First comes the “Basquiat 1″ or Samsung Tab 8 that have the most limited number of features. It is also suggested that it is reminiscent of last year’s Tab S7. A tablet is an option for an 11” TFT 120Hz display over the AMOLED panels for which the company is best known. The tablet is suggested to come up with an 8,000mAh battery and 45W charging. Till now the processor is not displayed but on the part of storage, it is 8GB of RAM and either 128GB or 256GB of storage.
If the earlier version acts as a rebrand for Tab S7 then the “Basquiat 2″ is expected to be a rebrand of the Tab S7+. It is expected to come up with a 12.4” OLED 120Hz panel. The battery is expected to come with a 10,090mAh battery. The main tab is the third one with the all-new features and specs lined up. Moreover, “Basquiat 3” is likely an “Ultra” model. The tab displays a 14.6″ OLED 120Hz display that sports a 92% screen-to-body ratio. Also with the two cameras on the front one of 5MP and the other of 8MP.
The base model has 8GB of RAM with 128GB of storage, but the top-end variant includes 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. Some of the factors that include dual rear cameras, quad speakers, an under-display fingerprint sensor, and S Pen support are the same in all three.