An ODM device means that the design, development and/or supply is handled by a different company.
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Shortly after introducing the Galaxy Tab S9 FE tablets as affordable versions of their flagship Tab S9, Samsung has further expanded its tablet lineup with two additional models at the more budget-friendly end of the spectrum. It is suggested that these new tablets, named Galaxy Tab A9 and Tab A9+, could be ODM products.
A report from Japan’s Blog of Mobile suggests that the Galaxy Tab A9+ is the second ODM product from the Galaxy Tab series to arrive in Japan. While further details are not provided, this implies that the manufacturing and design could be handled by an external company under contract with Samsung.
The Galaxy Tab A9 still remains a Samsung tablet
It’s important to note that an ODM product is still subject to the guidelines and rules set forth by the contract with the main company, in this case, Samsung. This means that, even though it is produced by a third party, it still must uphold the quality and design standards characteristic of the Galaxy brand.
The difference lies in the fact that Samsung has a less direct involvement in its development and manufacturing compared to an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) product.