Samsung SM-T378 gets its WiFi certification
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Tab S3 has been in the rumor mill for a long time, and now it seems we see it reaching the WiFi Alliance on its way to the market. This slate is not official yet, and there is also a chance that the SM-T378 devices that received the WiFi certification this week will not hit the market as Galaxy Tab S3 slates.
The four versions of this tablet that received the WiFi certifications are the original one, SM-T378, as well as the SM-T378S, SM-T378K and SM-T378L. The operating system has not been confirmed for all variants, but most chances are to see only Android-powered tablets showing up for the time being. The WiFi Alliance website only reveals that these devices support the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi bands, also offering information about the WiFi standards certified, as well as the WiFi encryption methods supported.
The Galaxy Tab S3 slates already spotted grabbing various certifications so far are codenamed SM-T820 and SM-T825 so that the SM-T378 tablets could be updated Tab E or Tab A, but also something completely new.