The Galaxy Tab S8 is actually 3 different tablets, sold as the Galaxy Tab S8, the Galaxy Tab S8+ and the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra.
As with the company's Galaxy S phones, including the new Galaxy S22 line also announced at Galaxy Unpacked, those suffixes primarily denote 3 different tablet sizes. The smallest, the Galaxy Tab S8 measures in with an 11-inch screen, the middle Galaxy Tab S8+ has a 12.4-inch screen and the big lad of the group, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra has a hefty 14.6-inch display. That's a lot of tablet.
Size aside, there are also other technical differences under the glass. The Tab S8 features a simpler TFT display while both the Tab S8+ and Tab S8 Ultra use Super AMOLED displays for brighter colors and punchier displays. The big lad only comes in a single "graphite" color – think black, basically – while the smaller Galaxy Tab S8 and S8+ will be available in Graphite, Silver or Pink Gold finishes.
All models will sell with either 5G/LTE mobile broadband connectivity or in a lower cost WI-Fi variant, but that's with WI-Fi 6E on board for faster potential throughput on qualifying WI-Fi networks.
In Australia, we'll see models with either 128GB or 256GB of onboard storage for sale, although Samsung is producing the larger Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra in a 512GB model for other markets. If you're keen, you may be able to import that one, but if you're concerned about storage, you shouldn't be because all models will support micro SD card storage.
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