Samsung is one of the few companies nowadays betting on the Android tablet market. While Apple has pretty much the segment under its belt, other OEMs have to deal with the fact that Android does not really provide an experience that justifies getting a tablet over a common smartphone. The South-Korean firm, however, tweaks its One UI software to ensure a proper and satisfactory tablet experience.
Interestingly enough, the Galaxy Tab Active 3 does not bring big differences in terms of design over its predecessor. We still get the same 8-inch panel with WUXGA resolution with 1920 x 1200 pixels and the panel is from the PLS TFT standard. Under the hood, we get the Samsung’s Exynos 9810 chipset paired with up to 4GB of RAM and 128GB of Internal Storage.
The company brings some interesting optimizations to deliver great performance in the toughest environments. For instance, we have Wi-Fi 6 support with MIMO. Moreover, there’s a massive 5,050mAh battery providing energy to the tablet and the better part is that it’s removable.
The company will bring the Galaxy Tab Active 3 to select markets in Europe and Asia. We suppose that those are the markets where this niche sells more. Samsung promises to expand its availability at a later date.
2020, September 28
Available. Released 2020, September 28
GSM / HSPA / LTE
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