Samsung is preparing to introduce two tablets - a premium-tier Galaxy Tab S4 and a more affordable Galaxy Tab A2, both of them with thinner bezels and without a physical home button. The latest info comes from Chinese communications regulator TENAA. Devices with model numbers SM-T835C and SM-T595C just got certified and approved to work with LTE, CDMA, and GSM networks.
The listings do not reveal much apart from the obvious Android OS. From earlier rumors, we know the Galaxy Tab S4 will run on Snapdragon 845 chipset, although it might also arrive with Exynos 9810 SoC in some markets. The screen will measure 10.5” and have QHD resolution and the slate will have one 12 MP primary camera and an 8 MP selfie snapper.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A2, on the other hand, is rumored to have the same screen diagonal but a lower resolution of 1920 x 1200 px. It already passed FCC, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certifications, so the we might see it sooner than the Tab S4.