Galaxy Tab S8 Enterprise Edition appears on Samsung support page as more Tab S8 rumors turn up
We reported about the likelihood of a Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series turning up this year a couple of times last month, with an alleged specs leak revealing that the change over the Tab S7 range would be minimal but at least there would be the presence of a Snapdragon 888. A slightly older report mentioned a “Tab S8e”, which may have just turned up in Samsung’s own webpages as the Galaxy Tab S8 Enterprise Edition.
The tablet, which was spotted on Samsung’s support pages for Ireland by the Romanian site androidu.ro, is listed as the Galaxy Tab S8 Enterprise Edition with up to 1 TB external memory, microSD memory type, and with nano SIM card compatibility. Samsung’s Enterprise Edition models unsurprisingly offer greater support for businesses, such as four years of firmware updates, extended warranty, enhanced chip security, and remote configuration capabilities.
However, the mention of the Tab S8 Enterprise Edition here certainly suggests that iPad Pro-rivaling Tab S8 and Tab S8+ tablets will soon be winging their way onto the consumer market. The same tech leaker who provided a whole host of rumored specs for the Tab S8 has also recently stated that the device will come in a choice of communication options: Wi-Fi, 4G, and 5G.