Samsung appears to be pretty busy in the markets of late, especially with the release of the Galaxy S10 5G in the U.S. via multiple carriers, including Verizon and T-Mobile. However, the company also appears to be working on a new 10.1-inch tablet with a rugged exterior. Believed to be named the Galaxy Tab Active Pro, this tablet will apparently reach markets later this year, or so it’s believed.
Interestingly, Samsung has recently trademarked this particular name in multiple markets, hinting at its imminent release. It is said that the device could be bearing the model number SM-T545, which also made an appearance on a benchmark listing recently. It has been further suggested that the tablet will pack the octa-core Snapdragon 710 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM.
The model number indicates that this tablet is an upgraded version of the Galaxy Tab Active 2 which broke cover in October 2017. There’s barely anything else we know about this rugged tablet right now, but we wouldn’t expect it to take the markets by storm when it arrives, especially if the rumors about the hardware are correct.
Would you be interested in a rugged tablet with midrange specs on board?
Source: GalaxyClub.nl (Translated)
Via: Phone Arena