Galaxy Tab S4 receives EEC and Bluetooth certifications

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is getting closer: the model identified by the SM-T835 has in fact received the Bluetooth certification that, in addition to definitively confirm its existence, officially reveals the name with which it will be marketed.

The certification does not, unfortunately, reveal many details, except that the Bluetooth version will be 5.0.

Galaxy Tab S4 was again spotted at the Eurasian Economic Commission certification body, but this time in two different variants. One is identified by the initials SM-T835, already seen several times, while the second is completely new and responds to the code SM-T595.

In the past, Samsung has sold tablets of the Tab S family in two variants, one for 8 “and one for 9.7, but this did not happen last year; possible that the South Korean house has chosen to revise its strategy and intend to propose a new tablet top of the range with compact dimensions?

The answer to this question will come only with the official presentation, probably very close to judging by the intensification of the rumors.

Recall that Galaxy Tab S4 (if the name will be confirmed) will be based presumably on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC, flanked by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory.

Important news regarding the display, which abandons the now characteristic 4: 3 format to propose a 16:10 panel with 2560 x 1600 resolution, probably based on AMOLED technology. Other features should include a 12 MegaPixel rear camera and an 8-inch front camera.

For the moment there are no details about the SM-T595 variant. Previous versions of Galaxy Tab S with lower diagonal have always proposed specifications identical to those of the larger variant, so there is a good chance that this model also offers a technical card of the highest level.

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