Samsung is still making tablets, in case you were wondering and the latest such endeavor bears the name of SM-T835S, or better said the codename. The device has been certified by the WiFi Alliance on August 8th and now it’s also been certified by the FCC.
It’s supposed to be a successor to the Galaxy Tab E 8.0, so it’ll be an 8 incher with budget specs. We don’t have a sketch or render of the product, but we don’t expect big differences from the previous unit. The FCC product codenamed “A3LSMT385KOR” appears in a few versions actually: SM-T835S, SM-T835K and SM-T835L. These are meant for South Korean carriers and we should receive stuff like Bluetooth, WiFi a/b/g/n and 4G LTE support here.
Inside the slate there should be a 1.4 GHz processor and the rest of the specs remain a mystery. We do expect a 1280 x 800 pixel screen, 2 GB of RAM and 16 or 32 GB of storage. A microSD card slot wouldn’t hurt and we may or may not receive a fingerprint scanner embedded into the Home button. This feels like the kind of tablet that carriers would sell better and faster than retailers.