Mysterious Samsung Tablet Gets Certified by the FCC, Codenamed SM-P585

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  • 28 Jul 2016
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  • A fresh Samsung tablet, going by the codename of SM-P585 has just passed through the FCC certification program, hinting at the release of an upcoming slate. This model also came with the render below and we could see it at IFA 2016.

    mystery samsung tablet

    The interesting thing about is that it has a flash for the main camera, an atypical approach for a Samsung tablet. The design also hints at a size around 8 inches, but the listing doesn’t reveal much in the way of specs, aside from the usual Bluetooth 4.2 LTE, GPS, WiFi a/b/g/n/ac and LTE in the bands 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 20 and 40.

    I find this codename to be very interesting, because Samsung tablets usually have a codename with the pattern SM-Txxx, but the P here may be an indication of “Phone” features, so it’s maybe a mega phablet of sorts, like the Mega series Samsung used to have.

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    SOURCE: GSMArena
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    • Michael Hughes

      That looks an awful lot like an S-pen slot on the bottom left. About time we had a new 8-in Note tablet; hopefully a half-decent screen resolution this time…

    • Mark McCoskey

      Most all devices should be coming with global LTE chipsets now a days. A single device that can be used anywhere in the world.

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