Samsung took the wraps off the Galaxy Tab Active 2 rugged tablet back in Oct. 2017, and the South Korean tech giant is gearing up to announce its successor dubbed, the Galaxy Tab Active 3.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3 has already passed through the Bluetooth SIG certification, with Geekbench and Safety Korea revealing some of its specs. A previously surfaced live image of the tablet suggests that it will feature three front-mounted physical buttons.
An entire spec sheet of the Galaxy Tab Active 3 has found its way on to the internet, giving us a clearer picture of the rugged tablet. The tablet will sport an 8-inch LCD of 1920×1200 pixel resolution, run the latest Android 10 OS, and two storage options including 64GB and 128GB will go up for sale.
In the optics departments, the tablet will house a 13MP primary camera on the back and feature a 5MP front shooter for selfies and video calls. Furthermore, it packs an Exynos 9810 SoC and will support Bluetooth 5.0 for wireless connectivity.
The Galaxy Tab Active 3 will come with an S Pen stylus and offer remote control support. Aside from that, the tablet will be MIL-STD-810 certified, meaning, it is crafted to withstand extreme conditions. The tablet is also likely to have an IP68 rating just like its predecessor.
It will be available in LTE and Wi-Fi only versions. The tablet will draw its juices from a robust 5,050 mAh battery and will pack 4GB of RAM, under the hood. Samsung has kept details about this rugged tablet under wraps until now, but we expect more details to surface online in the coming weeks.