Despite Google abandoning Android tablets, Samsung continues to make plenty of them. This year alone, the Korean company has launched the Galaxy Tab S5e, the Tab S6, Tab A 10.1 (2019), and a bunch of budget devices. Going by the Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC certifications, we may soon see another Galaxy tablet joining the list.
A Samsung tablet with the model number SM-T545 has just secured Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC certifications, indicating an imminent launch. Once a device reaches this stage, it is usually a matter of weeks before it goes official. We haven’t seen any leaks about this tablet so far to know what it brings to the table.
A device with the same model number was spotted on the Geekbench website a couple of months ago. The benchmark showed Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and Android Pie OS onboard – all of which points to a midrange tablet. While a benchmark listing may not be the most reliable source for device specs, even the model number indicates a midrange offering.
Samsung is supposedly working on a 10-inch Galaxy Tab Active, according to a report from June. The company also filed trademark applications for the ‘Tab Active Pro’ moniker. We don’t know if the SM-T545 model has anything to do with this, but there is a possibility it might be the Galaxy Tab Active Pro.