Samsung didn’t have enough with its two tablet launches last week, so it’s preparing even more devices. After the Galaxy Tab S5e and the Galaxy Tab A (2019), it’s now prepping a device codenamed SM-P200. It has been certified by the NCC and also leaked in real life images.
Sources expect the device to be launched as a Galaxy Tab A model, with a 4200 mAh battery on board. The product is going to be bundled with an EP-TA50JWS power adapter inside the box. It supports up to 7.75 W charging. On the connectivity front, the device will support WiFi b/g/n and it seems that the device may be related to the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019).
Samsung SM-P200 is rumored to have at least 32 GB of storage on board and it should be available in black and gray. The SM-P205 version of the machine was actually seen in GeekBench recently, so we could get the same Exynos 7904 octa core CPU as the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019). The GeekBench listing also mentioned 3 GB of RAM, but the Tab A (2019) only has 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage.
The product should have a Full HD resolution, 16:10 aspect and if it’s affordable, it probably skips the IPS LCD in favour of a Super AMOLED. Android Pie with One UI is pretty much a given.