Last month, the South Korean tech giant unveiled two flagship tablets, the Galaxy Tab S7/S7 Plus, and earlier this month, Samsung announced the entry-level tablet Galaxy Tab A7 (2020), while Samsung is about to launch the Galaxy Active Tab 3 tablet. The tablet is currently Bluetooth SIG certified and is expected to go on sale in October.
According to the Bluetooth certified website, the Galaxy Tab Active 3 has models such as SM-T575, SM-T575N, SM-T570, SM-T577 and SM-T577U_DS, of which the SM-T575 appeared in the GeekBench Run Library last month.
The tablet uses Samsung’s own Exynos 9810 processor, according to run-library information. The processor, which debuted in 2018, was installed on the Galaxy Note 9/S9 series. In addition, run-through information shows that the tablet is equipped with 4GB of memory and is equipped with an Android 10 system.
The EB-BT575BBE battery on the tablet surfaced in July in a database of TUV Rhine-certified platforms. It has revealed that the device will be equipped with a 5050mAh battery. No other details about the tablet are available at this time.