Alleged Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro 10.1 bags FCC and Wi-Fi certification

Samsung is looking to update its ruggedized line of tablets soon as evident by two recent certification entries in the Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC databases. According to rumors, this will be the new Galaxy Tab Active Pro 10.1.

Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC listings
Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC listings

Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC listings

The FCC listing reveals the device will come bearing the SM-T545 and SM-T547 model numbers with the second one likely being the LTE version. The Wi-Fi Alliance listing tells us that the tablet will ship with Android 9.0 Pie and support for dual-band WiFi.

Previously, the same tablet popped up on Geekbench packing the Snapdragon 710 chipset paired with 4GB RAM. It managed to push out 1618 points on the single-core test and 5641 in the multi-core department.

Like previous offerings in the Active line we can expect Samsung the upcoming tablet to offer a hard plastic casing with solid protection on all corners alongside an official IP rating and S Pen support. We'll keep you updated once more info emerges.

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Author: Michail
Source: GSMArena

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