In July, a mysterious Samsung tablet with the model number SM-T575 was found on the Geekbench list. The tablet has now been approved by the Bluetooth SIG authorities. It revealed that SM-T575 and other models (such as SM-T575N, SM-T570, SM-T577 and SM-T577U_DS) belong to the upcoming Galaxy Tab Active3 tablet. This nickname implies that it will replace the Galaxy Tab Active2 tablet that was officially launched in October 2017.
Bluetooth certification shows that Galaxy Tab Active3 supports Bluetooth 5.0. The SM-T575 and SM-T570 models belong to the LTE and Wi-Fi only version of Tab Active3. The previous model has a sturdy structure and stylus. In addition to the upgraded specifications, Tab Active3 may have the same functions.
The previously seen Geekbench list shows that the tablet is equipped with the Android 10 operating system, 4 GB RAM and Exynos 9810, which can fuel the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus and Galaxy Note 9 flagship phones in 2018.
TUV Rheinland certification also approved the EB-BT575BBE battery for tablet computers. The certification shows that the typical size of its battery is a 5,000mAh battery. MySmartPrice managed to find an image of the tablet in the database of the SafetyKorea certification platform. Like the previous model, Tab Active3 can be viewed through three physical buttons.