Samsung caters to a vast variety of gadget users and it is one of the very few top companies that offers rugged tablets under the Galaxy Tab Active badge. Speaking of which, the Galaxy Tab Active Pro, which is likely a high-end slate wrapped in protective cover has been spotted on Bluetooth SIG today. The Bluetooth log for the device comes after the same device was seen on the FCC and Wi-Fi Alliance portal earlier last month.
Coming to the Bluetooth log, the model numbers for the Galaxy Tab Active Pro are SM-T547 and SM-T540 and all support Bluetooth 5.0. Particularly, the SM-T540 model looks like a new variant as we’ve seen the SM-T547 and SM-T545. It’s possible that one of these is an LTE model while the other is just a Wi-Fi variant. The Bluetooth listing confirms the name of the product which was otherwise not known in earlier certifications.
Drawing from previous known information, the Galaxy Tab Active Pro is likely to be a 10.1-inch device. The model SM-T545 appearance on Geekbench revealed a Snapdragon 710 SoC clubbed with 4GB of RAM running Android 9.0 Pie.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Active lineup has long been without an upgrade and the last model was outed in November 2017 as the Tab Active 2. That was an 8-inch slate with IP68 ratings that promise water resistance in upto 1.5m for thirty minutes. The tablet was also MIL-STD-810G compliant meaning it was capable of withstanding drops and harsh environmental conditions. The Galaxy Tab Active Pro could also boast an S-Pen, however, there are no official signs that the company could be launching the tablet in the near future. Stay tuned as we will update the article as and when we find more information regarding this product.