Earlier this month, Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab A7 (2020) tablet with a budget-friendly price. Last month, the South Korean company had unveiled the Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ tablets with flagship specs. A tablet with model number SM-T575 had appeared on the Geekbench benchmarking platform last month. Today, the device has bagged approval from the Bluetooth SIG authority. The Bluetooth certification has revealed that the device will be arriving in the market as Galaxy Tab Active3.
The Galaxy Tab Active 3 will be succeeding in the Galaxy Tab Active 2 tablet that debuted on October 2017. With Bluetooth certification in tow, there is a possibility that the Tab Active 3 could be heading for an October launch.
The certification has revealed model numbers such as SM-T575, SM-T575N, SM-T570, SM-T577, and SM-T577U_DS all belong to the Galaxy Tab Active 3. The SM-T575 model number could belong to its LTE model, whereas the SM-T570 could be its Wi-Fi only variant.
The Geekbench listing of the SM-T575 model had revealed that the device is powered by Exynos 9810 chipset. The SoC had debuted in 2018 and had powered the likes of the Galaxy S9 series and Galaxy Note 9. The Geekbench listing had further revealed that the device has 4 GB of RAM and it is preinstalled with Android 10 OS.
The EB-BT575BBE battery of the tablet had surfaced in TUV Rheinland certification platform’s database in July. It had revealed that the device will come with a 5,050mAh battery. No other details of the tablet are available at present.