The new Galaxy Tab Active 5 is expected to launch in the first half of 2024.
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Samsung is about to introduce rugged devices to the market, including the Galaxy Xcover 7, and now it has been revealed that they are also working on an affordable tablet, the Galaxy Tab Active 5.
The Galaxy Tab Active 5 will be available in two versions: Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi + 5G, according to recent listings in the Bluetooth SIG database.
Specifications of the Galaxy Tab Active 5
This leak suggests a possible launch in the coming weeks. Initially spotted in the SafetyKorea and KTL certification databases, the tablet was expected to be called the Galaxy Tab Active 5 Pro, but it is now confirmed to be named the Galaxy Tab Active 5.
The tablet variants for different markets include:
- SM-X300: Wi-Fi only Global
- SM-X306B: 5G Global
- SM-X306N: 5G South Korea
- SM-X308B: 5G Global
- SM-X308U: 5G USA carrier-locked
According to Bluetooth SIG documentation, the Galaxy Tab Active 5 and the Galaxy Tab Active 5 5G feature Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity. Although not much information has been revealed, FCC certification provides details such as 128 GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot, S Pen, and 15 W fast charging via the USB Type-C port.
As a member of the Galaxy Tab Active lineup, the tablet is expected to have an IP68 dust and water resistance rating, as well as a design compliant with MIL-STD-810G for shock resistance.
Additional information from Geekbench reveals that the Galaxy Tab Active 5 will be powered by the eight-core Exynos 1380 CPU, 6 GB of RAM, and will run the Android 14 operating system. With a 5nm chipset and robust performance, the tablet promises to be a durable and efficient choice for users. In performance tests, it scored 1,022 points in the single-core CPU test and 2,815 points in the multi-core CPU test.
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