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Galaxy Tab A2 S, Galaxy S8 Active and Galaxy J7 Reloaded spotted in Samsung's app changelog

05 July 2017 1

In past few weeks, we have seen tons of leaks and rumors regarding the upcoming Galaxy S8 Active. The device is rumored to have model number SM-G892A. As the name suggests, it will be a rugged variant of standard Galaxy S8 and it will be available in the US as an AT&T variant. A couple of days ago the device FCC listing appears online which confirms the device existence and US launch. The device appears at Wi-Fi certification as well. Today the device existence is confirmed once again thanks to a changelog of Samsung's app.

From what we know so far the Galaxy S8 Active is internally codenamed as Cruiser. The Samsung Video Library app changelog confirmed two more devices as well including Galaxy Tab A2 S and Galaxy J7 Reloaded with model number SM-J701F. Recently we have seen Galaxy S8 Active pops up at Geekbench's listing confirming the device is running on Android Nougat 7.0.

The Galaxy S8 Active rumored to have Super AMOLED 5.8-inches display with Quad HD screen resolution. The Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 SoC is powering the device with 4GB RAM and 64GB expandable internal memory. The rear dual pixel primary snapper will be 12MP while the front-facing snapper will be of 8MP. Apart from IP68 certification, it is expected to have MIL-STD-810G as well to be a shockproof device.

The details regarding design and specs of Galaxy Tab A2 S and J7 Reloaded are still in dark. We can expect more details regarding these devices will appear in next few days. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.


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Galaxy Tab A2 S, Galaxy S8 Active and Galaxy J7 Reloaded spotted in Samsung's app changelog
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AliceSmith

It's just a matter of time before the S8 Active is released on the US market. It's a rugged device and boasts of equally great specs like the standard GS8.

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