Samsung's lineup of Galaxy Tab Active rugged tablets is targeted towards industrial and business use. The company launched the first Galaxy Tab Active tablet three years ago. It had entry-level specifications, dust and water resistance, and it was shock proof as well. The tablet was available in LTE+Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi only variants. Now, the company is working on its successor.
The South Korean electronics giant is currently working on two variants of the Galaxy Tab Active 2: SM-T390 and SM-T395. We believe that the SM-T390 is a Wi-Fi only variant of the Galaxy Tab Active 2, while the SM-T395 is an LTE + Wi-Fi variant. The company will launch its next-generation Galaxy Tab Active devices in European and Latin American markets, but it could extend their availability to other markets as well.
We currently don't have any information about the specifications of these upcoming tablets, but we will publish more information as soon as we have it.