Samsung Galaxy Tab A and Tab A Plus specs revealed; successor of Galaxy Tab S line in work
Samsung appears to be prepping a couple of new Galaxy Tab slates called Galaxy Tab A and Galaxy Tab A Plus. A new leak has thrown some light on the upcoming tablets claiming that they will be mid range offerings. As per a SamMobile report, the Galaxy Tab A lineup will be successors of the Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 and Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 that were also given similar model names. While the report notes that they are mid rangers, it claims that the Galaxy Tab A Plus will be come with an S Pen.
The report goes on stating that both the tablets will be available in two sizes 8-inch and 9.7-inch respectively. The smaller one allegedly called Galaxy Tab A will have the same specifications as the larger Galaxy Tab A Plus. The only difference between these two tablets is that the latter will arrive with S Pen and a larger 2GB of RAM, while the smaller version will incorporate only 1.5GB of RAM.
When it comes to the specifications, the Galaxy Tab A and Galaxy Tab A Plus are said to feature 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 410 processors with screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels and 4:3 aspect ratio like the iPads. The slates are claimed to boast a 5MP rear snapper and a 2MP front facing shooter. The devices are claimed to arrive with 16GB of native storage space. The smaller variant is said to feature a 4,200 mAh battery, whereas the larger one will be incorporated with a 6,000 mAh battery.
In terms of connectivity, both the tabs will come in LTE and Wi-Fi only variants. The tablets will be slim measuring just 7.4mm. For now, there is no information on when these tablets will be going official or what it could be their pricing. We need to wait to know more about these slates.
In another news, SamMobile has also confirmed that the South Korean tech giant is already working on the second generation Galaxy Tab S tablets with model numbers SM-T710 and SM-T810. The model numbers are slightly different compared to original Galaxy Tab S' numbers -- SM-T700 and SM-T800, suggesting that the Tab S 2 won't be a major upgrade.