Galaxy Tab Active 3 ready to debut as Samsung continues rugged push

The Galaxy Tab Active 3 appears to be verging on release, with Samsung securing the final product certification necessary for retailing it internationally earlier this week. So, while we had only just learned about its existence several days back, things are already happening pretty fast. Following the discovery of its Bluetooth SIG attestation, we can now confirm this rugged lineup of Android tablets also secured approval from the Wi-Fi Alliance.

WFA certified all three known Galaxy Tab Active 3 models, also known as the SM-T570, SM-T575, and SM-T577. Public records suggest these will primarily differ in terms of wireless connectivity; the SM-T570 will only offer Wi-Fi support, whereas the SM-T575 will complement it with LTE functionality. Finally, the SM-T577 appears to be a 5G variant of the device. All three will run One UI 2.x based on Android 10 out of the box.

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