Early last month, a new Galaxy tablet with the model number SM-T307U was discovered on the Wi-Fi Alliance website. The same model has been now spotted on the Bluetooth SIG website along with the Galaxy Tab A4 S branding. Both these certifications suggest that the new tablet is set to hit the market soon.
Galaxy Tab A4 S sounds like a needlessly complicated name that reveals very little about the device to the potential buyer. Thankfully, the device name listed on the Bluetooth certification website need not be final, as we have seen in the past. So, there is still a chance that this new mid-range Galaxy tablet could launch with a more familiar and informative name.
Bluetooth SIG certification reveals next to nothing about upcoming devices, and so all that we know about this product is what we already published. The SM-T307U model number points to an 8-inch tablet with cellular connectivity (probably a Sprint variant) for the US market. The Wi-Fi Alliance certification, meanwhile, revealed dual-band Wi-Fi and Android Pie onboard. On top of all this, we also confirmed 32GB inbuilt storage and a single brown color option in our previous report.
With CES 2020 just a couple of weeks away, there is a possibility that this device might make an appearance there.