Samsung Galaxy Tab E 7.0 Gets FCC Approval

By 11:45 Fri, 30 Jul 2021 Comments

Earlier today, a slew of recent tablet offers was spotted on a US-based retailer website, recommending they are heading toward a release. The devices in question include the Galaxy Tab E 7.0, Tab E 8.0, Tab E Lite and Tab E Lite Kids. After the 8-inch one already obtained an FCC certificate, now it is the smaller Tab E 7.0's turn.

According to the document, the tablet will have a 7-inch display, which in case the name wasn't clear about it. The actual model number listed for the device is either SM-T280 or its alternative version SM-T285 and its exact dimensions are 186mm x 117mm x 180mm with a non-removable battery. Other info, shared with FCC is scarce and only includes mentions of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, both quite expected.

Luckily, another recent leak provides some more insight on the hardware of the Galaxy Tab 7.0, or at least the SM-T285, assumed to be the network-enabled one with 4G. It will be powered by a 1.3Giga Hertz (GHz) Spreadtrum SC8830 chipset with a Mali-400 MP2 GPU, and have a resolution of 1280x800 pixels. There will be 1.5GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) and 8GB of expandable internal memory. It will have two cameras – a 5MP main one and a 0.3MP one on the front.

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