Samsung just launched a tablet a couple of days ago, part of the Galaxy Tab A series and now we may also see a new rugged slate from the South Korean device maker. The newcomer is Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 2 and it just got certified by the FCC.
The authority has certified the product, known under the codename SM-T390 (LTE) and SM-T395, which is the WiFi only version of the machine. Only the WiFi version got the FCC blessing this around, but we’re pretty sure Samsung will launch both versions when the time comes. We don’t have extra details about the specs here, just the leaks that came up in June this year.
We’re supposed to see a 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor inside, 1.5 GB of RAM and a 4450 mAh battery. The product is expected to land in Europe and Latin America by the year end. We expect it to be water and dust resilient, maybe also shock proof and resistant to rough weather. It should also work in very cold conditions or very hot ones and a set of physical buttons upfront is quite likely to happen.
Maybe a stylus will also be in the mix, since we saw that happening before.