Everyone is talking about the Galaxy Note10, but Samsung might have other announcements over the next couple of months. The company is planning to launch at least three new tablets - we already told you about the Galaxy Tab S5 with Snapdragon 855, but it will likely be accompanied by the Galaxy Tab A 8.0 2019 and the Galaxy Tab Active Pro.
The former slate already appeared on the Android Enterprise website, and was approved by the Bluetooth SIG and Wi-Fi Alliance organisations with at least five different model numbers - SM-T295, SM-T295N, SM-T295C, SM-T297 and SM-T290. The first four will have LTE support, which means the different letter in the monikers might reference different carriers.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Active Pro is yet to appear in renders, but the name was registered with the Intellectual Property Office of the European Union (EUIPO), meaning Samsung is most likely preparing for a new rugged tablet after the first Active, launched in 2014 and the Galaxy Tab Active 2, introduced in 2017.
Here's hoping the Active Pro will come with more powerful chipset (SD 675/Exynos 9610), better memory & storage capacity (at least 4/64), and bigger battery (min 6000 mAh).
Samsung already released Tab A 8 2019, thought that one has Spen. Does that mean this new one is basically the same Tab A 8 but no Spen?