Three years back, the tech giant Samsung came up with its first ruggedized tablet, the Galaxy Tab Active. It included an IP67 rating for water and dust resistance and a shock resistant shell. Now, the tablet is getting its successor with Galaxy Tab Active 2. Two variants of the device, Wi-Fi and LTE + Wi-Fi, will release with model numbers SM-T390 (Wi-Fi) and SM-T395 (LTE). Both models will have a removable battery like the original one. And users will be able to talk to Bixby in the new devices.
The LTE device’s user manual has been out there online and gives us a slightly more understanding of the device. It’ll come with an S Pen, a fingerprint sensor and USB-C Port. Bixby will be there but limited to the card-based Bixby Home. Voice Functionality will be no more featured. Specs are expected to lie between low and mid-range, keeping the device affordable.
Though the Galaxy Tab Active 2 was seen at the FCC, there’s still no official release date yet.