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Samsung just unveiled the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra, the company’s best new tablet, so naturally, we’re going to pit it up against Apple’s iconic iPad Pro 12.9. Let’s see which is the best tablet.
We don’t have all the testing done yet, so this is just a sneak peek (we’ll have a 100% accurate face-off at a later date). However, Apple has been the king of tablets for a long time, both in consistency and quality. Although, you are paying a boatload of money for the best.
Here’s a brief look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra vs. Apple iPad Pro 12.9.
Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra vs. iPad Pro 12.9: Price
The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra starts at $1,199, which includes an S Pen, while the Apple iPad 12.9 starts at $1,099 and does not include any of its accessories.
The Galaxy Tab S9 starts with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, but the iPad Pro starts with 16GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. If you’re getting the base model, you have to decide what you want more — RAM or storage (performance vs. space).
While this is perhaps the only occasion where the iPad Pro 12.9-inch offers a cheaper starting price, if you were to match the storage of the two the price is identical at $1,199. I still may lean toward the iPad Pro winning if it weren’t for the addition of the S Pen with the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra, while the Apple Pencil 2 is $129. Factoring all of that we’re calling it a draw between these pricey portables.
Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra vs. iPad Pro 12.9: Design
Ah, yes, the age old question of which nearly identical metal slate looks better? There’s not a lot of style that goes into the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra or iPad Pro 12.9 unfortunately, so we’re going to talk about function or form… well, maybe a little form
The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra or iPad Pro 12.9 both have a sleek metallic design, with the former offering Beige and Graphite color schemes and the latter featuring Space Gray and Silver. This comes down to personal preference, but I hate them both.
When it comes to size and weight, the iPad Pro (1.5 pounds, 11.0 x 8.5 x 0.25 inches) is lighter than the Tab S9 Ultra (1.61 pounds, 12.85 x 8.21…