Last week we announced that Samsung will soon be available with a brand new tablet. The technology giant’s new device received the FCC, a certificate on electromagnetic compatibility of electronic devices as defined by US law.
As technology lovers will know, the FCC certification is the biggest sign that a product will soon be available. This means that we will be able to take Tab A4 S soon. The information published on the FCC website includes various specifications as well as features such as screen size, battery specifications and software.
The FCC list for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A4 S reveals that the tablet will have a 8.39 inch screen; No information has been provided yet for other screen details such as resolution, type. The Galaxy Tab A4 S will come with a 15W fast charge support and a 4.860 mAh battery, which is also quite small for a tablet. In addition, the list shows that the tablet is measured at 201.9mm x 124.4mm and works on the Android 9.0 Pie.
Launch can be at CES 2020
The tablet first appeared on the Bluetooth SIG website under the SM-T307U. The list on the website revealed that the device will come with Bluetooth 5.0, dual-band Wi-Fi and GPS. It is also said that some Tab A4 S tablets will support LTE connectivity. However, from what we have learned, this may be limited to the US and a few other markets. Samsung hasn’t published any information about the tablet so far. If the rumors are true, the tablet seems to be officially announced during CES 2020, which will start on Tuesday (January 7th).
Let’s not forget, the Galaxy Tab A4 S is not the only tablet Samsung will release this year. Samsung has recently confirmed that it will launch the Galaxy Tab S6 5G, the world’s first tablet to support 5G. The company announced that it sold 6.7 million phones this week in 2019 and said it would like to bring the 5G to more devices, starting with the Galaxy Tab S6 5G in 2020. We’ll be here to keep you informed as new details of devices are released, stay tuned.