Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro Bags NFC Certification

Back in July 2022, Samsung launched the Galaxy X Cover 6 Pro smartphone, and we expected to unveil the Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro as well. However, the company only brought Samsung Galaxy Cover 6 Pro, and the Tab Active 4 Pro is yet to be launched.

Meanwhile, the upcoming Galaxy Tab was spotted on the Bluetooth SIG, Google Play List, Google Play Console, and more certifications. Now, the upcoming device has been listed on the NFC certification.

According to tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro was spotted on the Near Field Communication certified website with model number SM-T636B. This listing reveals that it will support NFC features.

 Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro expected specification:

According to the Bluetooth SIG certification, the upcoming device has been spotted under the model numbers SM-T636B, SM-T638, and SMT636N. These model numbers reveal that the device could be a 5G and Wi-Fi variant, and the tab will support Bluetooth 5.2. Read more Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Tipped To Come Same Camera Design As S22 Ultra

The device has been listed on the Google Play List under the model number SM-T636B, which confirms the tab’s moniker, and the phone will support SIM. Moreover, the smartphone is also spotted on the Google Play Console under the SM-T638B, which indicates the upcoming device will be equipped with the Qualcomm SM7325 chipset. 

The Qualcomm SM7325 chipset model number reveals that the chipset will be the Snapdragon 778G. This chipset brings four cores clocked at 2.4GHz and four cores clocked at 1.8GHz, and it will be paired with Adreno 462L GPU. Read more Flat $200 Off On Buying This Samsung Galaxy Series Ultra 5G Factory Unlocked Smartphone

The upcoming tablet is expected to run on the Android 12L, which is a tablet-specific OS developed by Google. Also, it could come with Full HD (1200×1920 pixel) resolution and is expected to launch soon.

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