Samsung Galaxy Tab E 8.0 successor hits FCC
Tablets might disappear in a few years, but for now this niche of the mobile market is still afloat. Samsung is no longer releasing that many slates as they once did, but a new one for budget conscious consumers is apparently in the making.
Dubbed SM-T835, this upcoming Android tablet appears to be the successor of Samsung's budget Galaxy Tab E 8.0. On August 8, it received its WiFi certification from the WiFi Alliance, and now the time has come for it to reach the FCC. The FCC codename is A3LSMT385KOR, and three versions are mentioned in the documentation - SM-T835S, SM-T835K, and SM-T835L.
The internals are unknown for now, but we should not expect anything fancy. Only a 1.4 GHz processor can be spotted in the documents that surfaced so far, next to WiFi and Bluetooth-related details. The rest should include a sub-full HD resolution display, most likely 1,280 x 800 pixels, 2 GB of memory, maybe 3 GB, as well as 16 GB or 32 GB internal storage and, obviously, a microSD slot like virtually all Samsung tablets released so far.
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