By Claudiu Sima
In January last year Samsung introduced on the market the Galaxy Tab E 8.0 tablet, a mid-range device with 8 inch HD display, 1.5 GB RAM and Snapdragon 410 CPU. Today we get some pretty interesting news regarding a possible upgrade for this model, thanks to a Wi-Fi Alliance Certification.
The documents reveal three different variants of the new tablet that runs Android 7.0 Nougat from factory, more precisely the following ones: SM-T835S, SM-T385K and SM-T835L. All of them are offering Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n 2.4GHz-5GHz and probabil share a 8-inch screen.
You should know that the original Tab E 8.0 was known on the market as SM-T375, so that’s why we suppose we’re dealing with a succesor here. Let’s wait and see what other leaks arrive in the next couple of days!
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