Aside from the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, there’s also another Sammy tablet coming, supposedly called the Samsung Galaxy Tab Advanced 2. Now we have more faith about the existence of such a model, since its manual and sketches have leaked out.

Last month the device was certified, going by the codename SM-T583. It’s considered to be the successor to the Galaxy Tab A 10.1, a model launched in 2016 with the codename SM-T580. The specs of the newcomer show an Exynos 7870 processor, the same CPU from the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 and the Galaxy J6 or the A6. The resolution is 1920 x 1200 pixels and you can find all of that in the manual.

The device runs Android 8.0 Oreo, an upgrade from the Nougat on the Galaxy Tab A 10.1. Samsung Galaxy Tab Advanced 2 has the measurements also leaked in the documents, like 250.4 x 166.2 x 8.5 mm, with a weight of 525 grams. Bluetooth 4.2 is also in the mix, a microSD and Bixby, plus Dolby Atmos. The sketches show that there’s no Home button here, while the volume and On/Off buttons are on the top.

The charging is done via the USB Type-C port at the bottom. Strangely enough we also get a front camera with LED flash, so maybe you’ll take selfies with this cam. A Live Sticker option is present too, plus a Beauty and Pro mode. The main camera has autofocus, HDR and Panorama mode. No megapixel count has been mentioned just yet.

Sources say that the device will come within a month and the price will be the same as the Galaxy Tab A.