A new Samsung device has received WiFi certification from the WiFi Alliance (WFA). Carrying a model number of SM-T385S, the device runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. Here is the listing in question:
While the listing clearly mentions the device as a smartphone, given the model number, it could well be a tablet instead. In fact, the SM-T385S seems to be a variant of last year's Galaxy Tab E 8.0, which was SM-T375.
Reports say a couple of other variants - SM-T385K and the SM-T385L - have also been certified by the WFA. Sadly, there's currently no information on the specifications front.
That's what I meant. I just used the wrong term anyway.
are you kidding me? KitKat lag? Lol, probably outdated but KitKat is definiteky the most stable Android.
Samsung should also launch new Galaxy Tab E 7.0 and Galaxy Tab E 9.6. The models that are still in the market are from the beginning of 2015, and still run the lagged Android KitKat.