New Samsung SM-T307 Tablet in the Works; Certified by Wi-Fi Alliance and BIS

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A new Samsung tablet with a model number of SM-T307U model number has been approved by the Wi-Fi Alliance authority.

The identity of the device is not known yet. However, its arrival could be nearing as its battery model number was spotted on Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) recently.

Samsung SM-T307U model number that has surfaced on the database of WFA seems to be the unlocked U.S. variant. The Wi-Fi certification reveals that the device runs on Android 9 Pie OS and it carries support for dual-band 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi.


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The SM-T307 Samsung tablet’s battery has been spotted on BIS. The listing has not revealed any details on its specs. It only states that the battery of the tablet has a model number of EB-BT307ABY. The exact size of the battery is also not known yet. The BIS certification is an indication that the tablet could be also heading to India.

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It is advisable to wait for further reports to know more about the identity of the SM-T307 tablet. Recent reports have revealed that Samsung is gearing up to launch Galaxy Tab A 10.1 Kids Edition (2019) as the larger edition of the already available 8-inch Galaxy Tab A Kids Edition (2019).

The Galaxy Tab A 10.1 Kids Edition (2019) will be coming in a bumper case and it will be equipped with 10.1-inch display that will produce 1920 x 1200 pixels resolution. The Exynos 7904A Soc that works at 1.8GHz may fuel the device with 2 GB of RAM. It may offer an internal storage of 32 GB. For additional storage, it could be equipped with a microSD card slot. Other features of the tablet include 8-mgeapixel rear camera, 5-megapixel front camera and a 6,150mAh battery.

Also, the South Korean company will be unveiling Galaxy W20 5G foldable phone in China on November 19. It is said to arrive as a Snapdragon 855+ SoC powered edition of the Galaxy Fold.

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