The Samsung Tab S9 Ultra is a powerful Android tablet with a 14.6-inch screen, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, and a Vapor chamber cooling system. It boasts an IP68 water and dust resistance rating and comes with an S Pen that supports charging in any direction. Although it lacks a charging brick, the tablet is praised for its large screen and impressive specifications, making it ideal for media consumption. When compared to the iPad Pro, the Tab S9 Ultra offers features like multi-window multitasking, stylus support, and DeX mode, but comes at a higher price. While the preference for the iPad’s ecosystem and bigger screen size leads many to choose it over the Tab S9 Ultra, those not dependent on Apple’s ecosystem will find the tablet to be a highly capable alternative.See less
This section of the video, the reviewer discusses the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra, the newest high-end Android tablet from Samsung. The tablet features a gigantic 14.6-inch screen, a razor-thin design, and a large battery. It also includes a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and a Vapor chamber cooling system for improved performance. The quad-speaker setup has been upgraded, although it still falls short of the sound quality of the iPad Pro. The tablet is now IP68 water and dust resistant and comes with an S Pen that has its own IP68 rating and supports charging in any direction. However, the tablet does not come with a charging brick, and users will need to purchase a separate one. Overall, the reviewer finds the tablet to be a great device for media consumption, with its large screen and impressive specifications.
The reviewer discusses the capabilities of the Samsung Tab S9 Ultra and how it compares to the iPad Pro. The Tab S9 Ultra offers features like multi-window multitasking, stylus support, and DeX mode, which provides a desktop-like experience. It also has a large camera viewfinder and dual selfie cameras. While the Tab S9 Ultra has a larger screen, bigger speakers, and expandable storage, it comes at a higher price compared to the iPad Pro. The reviewer points out that, similar to Sony phones, although the Tab S9 Ultra offers a lot of enthusiast features, the number of people who will actually utilize these features is small. The ecosystem effect, where people prefer the iPad for its iMessage and FaceTime capabilities, as well as the preference for bigger screens with minimal sacrifices in other areas, leads many to choose the iPad over the Tab S9 Ultra. However, for those not dependent on the Apple ecosystem and who don’t require the specific features of the iPad, the Tab S9 Ultra is a highly capable tablet.