Samsung "Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro 5G" hits the FCC ahead of its launch
Samsung's registration of a new device with the FCC has led to speculation that the tablet in question is the next in the rugged Galaxy Tab Active line. It is slated to launch with choices of Wi-Fi 6E-only or 5G connectivity. It has also been certified to use NFC and Bluetooth 5.2, and might charge at 25W.
The Galaxy Tab Active3 is Samsung's latest rugged-type tablet, and as such boasts a MIL-STD-810G-rated chassis pitched as both an "extreme" hobby tablet or enterprise-ready with an in-built S-Pen holster, an FHD+ display with advanced touch-sensitivity for use with gloved hands, wireless DeX support and even physical navigation buttons. Now, it is said to have a successor.
It has been certified as the SM-T63x by the FCC in a new listing that confirms the device in question is a tablet with Wi-Fi 6E and NFC. It also has 5G-capable variants and has been tested with both 15W and 25W Samsung chargers (the EP-TA200 and EP-TA800 respectively).
The device is said to launch as the Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro based on similar leaks from the Bluetooth SIG and Google Play Console, some of which confirm that the SM-T636B is its 5G SKU. The slate is said to run Android 12L using the Snapdragon 778G SoC, but has yet to be issued with an official launch date.
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