Samsung Galaxy Tab A3 XL (SM-T515) Certified by Bluetooth SIG

Galaxy Tab A 10.5

Samsung Galaxy Tab A3 XL (SM-T515) has been approved by Bluetooth SIG body. It is the very same tablet that was spotted on Geekbench in the previous month.

The Samsung SM-T515 was spotted on Geekbench with Android 9 Pie OS, Exynos 7885 chipset and 2 GB of RAM. The same model number has been certified by Bluetooth SIG body today. The certification has confirmed that it will be debuting in the market with the moniker ‘Galaxy Tab A3 XL’ and the tablet will support Bluetooth version 5.0.

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Last year, there were rumors about the Galaxy Tab A2 XL tablet. The tablet had a model number SM-T595 and it was spotted with Galaxy Tab A2 XL on Bluetooth SIG. However, the tablet was made available in the market as Galaxy Tab A 10.5. Probably, the Galaxy Tab A3 XL may debut in the market with a different moniker this year.

Galaxy Tab A3 XL

Samsung has couple of other tablets lined up for release this year. The SM-P205 that is expected to debut as Galaxy A 2019 was spotted on Geekbench earlier this week. It was also powered by Exynos 7885 chipset and Android 9 Pie OS. However, it featured 3 GB of RAM. There is a possibility that this tablet may come with S-Pen stylus.

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Earlier today, popular tipster Evan Blass had shared some press renders of the upcoming Galaxy Tab S5E. It is speculated that this tablet may be announced at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 tech event in the last week of this month. The inclusion of letter “E” in its name suggest that it could be a lower version of the Galaxy S5 flagship tablet just as the Galaxy S10e is the entry-level phone in the Galaxy S10 series.

Galaxy Tab S5E

Previous reports have revealed that Samsung may SM-T250, SM-T250X, SM-T255, SM-T255X, SM-T510, SM-T510X, SM-T515, SM-T515X, SM-T720, SM-T720X, SM-T725 and SM-T725X tablets this year since they were certified by Eurasian Economic Comission (EEC) in December last year.

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