Prior to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 family, there were speculations that the tablets may be delayed due to overwhelming demand. Samsung, on the other hand, may have misjudged the popularity of the tablets, as the business is having trouble keeping up with demand.
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According to XDA-Developers, Samsung has halted pre-orders in the United States for its recently introduced Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 and Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra tablets. Pre-orders for the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus are still available. However, that, too, is projected to run out of stock in the near future.
Samsung made the following statement:
The consumer response to our new Galaxy Tab S8 series has been fantastic. Preorders for the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra and Galaxy Tab S8 will be paused at Samsung.com due to high demand in the last 48 hours. We’re working hard to match consumer demand and excitement. Please check back for additional information.
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Since August 2020, the Galaxy Tab S8 series has been the company’s lone tablet release, so the high demand is unsurprising. Given the significant improvements over previous generation tablets, such as the ultra-low latency S Pen, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 engine, and 14-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2x Display of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra version, it is now the most sought Android tablet on the market.