Samsung is known for launching multiple devices in a given year and just like the smartphones, this is true for tablets as well. Talking about the tablets, the company has just recently launched the new Tab S3 in the market and now it looks like we will be getting a new one. Yes, it has been reported that an unknown variant of the previously launched Tab E8.0 has now been spotted online.
For those of you who are not familiar with the Galaxy Tab E8.0, it was launched by Samsung last year in the month of February. At that time, the company launched a variant carrying the model number SM-T375 and it had a decent set of specs. And now, unknown variants of the same tablets have been spotted online, in fact, they have now received their Wi-Fi certifications.
A total of three variants received the certifications carrying the model number SM-T385S, SM-T385K and the SM-T385L. The Wi-Fi Alliance also says that these tablets will employ WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n 2.4GHz-5GHz, and Android Nougat 7.0. Unfortunately, other than that, there is not a lot of info which is available at this point in time. However, since the tablet has now received Wi-Fi certification, it safe to say that the company is planning to launch this soon in the market.
Judging by the previously launched variant, we are expecting this to be an entry-level tablet. The previously launched variant was running on Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 SoC, which had a quad-core 1.2GHz processor. This was coupled with 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. The display on the front had a resolution of 800 x 1280 and in terms of the camera, it had a 5MP rear-facing shooter and a 2MP front-facing selfie camera.
Obviously, these specs will be updated to fair well in the 2017 market, if Samsung wants to stand a chance against the competition. However, we don’t expect any drastic changes. So without speculating more, we suggest you wait for the official launch, whenever Samsung decides to do that. With that said, we would like to know your thoughts on this. Let us know what do you think about this by leaving a comment down below.
Source – Wi-Fi Alliance