Yet another Samsung device has poked its head out. This time the new device is not a smartphone, but from the company’s long line of tablets. The Samsung Galaxy tablet bears the model number SM-T575, and recently the model bagged certification from TUV Rheinland.
The certification listing has revealed a few of its specs and characteristics, albeit basic ones. The listing reveals that the device will come equipped with a 5000mAh battery.
There has been a considerable amount of hush on part of the tech giant itself and likewise has not uttered a word about the existence of the new tablet. The listing on the certification site might have perked up some ears, and the device Samsung Galaxy Tab SM-T575 had also appeared on another popular site called Geekbench as far back as May.
The TUV Rheinland certification site confirms that the device has a rated battery of 4900mAh, and the typical size is of a 5000mAh battery. The site has only listed the model number that the device bears, and as such, the name of the upcoming device is not known yet.
Its appearance on the Geekbench revealed that the device runs on Android 10 OS. The website further lists that the device is likely to sport 4GB of RAM. Moreover, under the hood, the device will run on Exynos 9810 chipset. This chipset is fairly old, announced back in 2018, and Samsung flagship smartphones such as the Galaxy Note 9 Series featured this chipset. It should be noted that the Galaxy Note 10 Lite that debuted at the beginning of this year also runs on the Exynos 9810 SoC.
More details about the device are to follow. Hopefully, Samsung will release more information about the device, such as its key features, name, availability, price, etc., soon.