Today, Apple is set to unveil new iPhones, a smartwatch, and updated AirPods, but it seems there won’t be any refreshed iPad models. In contrast, Samsung appears to be preparing to introduce two new tablets, along with a reasonably priced high-end phone and budget-friendly earbuds. The Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Tab S9 FE+ have been in the news lately, gradually revealing details ahead of their anticipated launch this month or next. A reliable leaker has shared information about connectivity options, storage capacities, memory configurations, and color choices. Contrary to earlier speculation of limited availability, these tablets are expected to be widely accessible. The color options include grey, silver, light pink, and light green, matching previous reports of mint, lavender, graphite, and silver flavors. The storage and memory variations are likely to stay diverse, with the Tab S9 FE starting at 128GB and 6GB RAM, while the Tab S9 FE+ is expected to offer the same storage but with an additional 2GB RAM in the base model. Higher-tier variants may come with 256GB storage and 8GB RAM for the Tab S9 FE, and an additional 4GB RAM for the Tab S9 FE+. The exact pricing remains unknown for different models and major markets. As for other details, it is seemingly safe to assume that both Tab S9 FE and Tab S9 FE+ will be available in Wi-Fi and 5G versions, based on numerous rumors and “confirmations.” Additionally, the Tab S9 FE is expected to come with a 10.9-inch display, while the larger model will feature a 12.4-inch screen, both employing LCD technology instead of the premium AMOLED panels found on the Tab S9 lineup. The processors are likely to be Exynos 1380 SoC, which is slightly less powerful compared to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip found in the Tab S9 series. The designs of the Tab S9 FE and Tab S9 FE+ resemble their non-FE counterparts, and these tablets are poised to be a cost-effective alternative for Android fans in search of an iPad Pro alternative.