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Samsung Galaxy Tab A3 XL tablet may have received its Bluetooth certification

15 February 2019 2

A new Samsung device with model number SM-T515 spotted on the website of Bluetooth SIG suggests that a new tablet may be in the works. Previously, the same model was spotted at Geekbench and now its appearance at Bluetooth website simply strengthens our beliefs.

According to the Bluetooth certification, the Samsung SM-T515 will be called the Samsung Galaxy Tab A3 XL. The tablet will be going to support the Bluetooth 5.0 and this is the only key information generated from the listing. But, the Geekbench site revealed several details, including the processor name and software version it’s going to run.

It’s going to be powered by Exynos 7885 14nm octa-core processor which will be powered by 2GB RAM. It may run Android Pie out-of-the-box. Samsung will be offering the slate in two hues – Black and Silver.

It’s being speculated that the Galaxy Tab A3 XL may get launched at the coming MWC event in Barcelona. But the company also has one event to be held before this biggest mobile conference. So, it may come alongside the new Galaxy S series phones, but we aren’t sure if it’s going to happen. The South Korean company is also expected to launch some other models of these tablets under its A-series of tablets. Let’s wait as MWC isn’t too far and the company’s Unpacked event is even nearer than any other event.

So, stay tuned.



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Samsung Galaxy Tab A3 XL tablet may have received its Bluetooth certification
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DianaAngela

Samsung has likely come back in the tab market once again, bringing it back to life, at least. It's not only about the Galaxy Tab A3 XL. The Tab S5e was also announced a couple of days back.

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