Samsung Galaxy Tab E 8.0 (SM-T375) gets Wi-Fi certification

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A new variant for SamsungGalaxy TabE has been spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance Website, confirming the existence of a forthcoming tablet in Galaxy E Series from the Korea OEM. The listed device carries a model number SM-T375 which can be referred to an 8.0-inch screen s sized variant. The preceding version in Galaxy Tab series,

The previous version in Galaxy Tab series, Galaxy Tab E 8.0 was launched back in 2016  with the model numbers T375 and T377. We can apparently see that the both older and newer devices carry the same model number, as they are supposed to be in the same segment. We are expecting the device to be just a 2017 edition or just a somehow improved version of first Tab E 8.0 device with a refreshed spec-list.

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The listing also reveals that the device runs Android 7.0  Nougat onboard. There is no mention of the further more details about the instrument. As far as we know the Galaxy Tab E 8.0 would most probably be launched with several hardware upgrades. However, the device is still supposed to be in entry-level Tablet segment with Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 and only a 1.5GB amount of RAM. The device will still have a 16GB of internal storage, which could be expanded up to 256GB via Dedicated SD Slot. The new SM-T375 tablet is expected to showcase in IFA Berlin, to be held later this month.

Via Android Headlines

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