Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 approved by FCC

By , source: PhoneArena

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an American government body which tests and certifies devices before they can be imported to the United States. Manufacturers will first have to get their new tablets and smartphones certified and the related documents are usually publicly available. Yesterday, the report of Samsung's SM-T320 was published, a tablet which is likely to retail as 'Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4'.

The tablet has dimensions of 128 x 219 millimetres and has a diagonal of roughly 9.5 inch (bezels included). Import data from India suggests an 8.4-inch display. Little is known about the actual hardware, except for the fact that Bluetooth LE, GPS and 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WiFi (both 2.4 and 5.0 GHz) are supported). The FCC drawing also shows a camera with LED flash.

Samsung is likely to unveil its SM-T320 Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 in February, either just before or during the Mobile World Congress (MWC). The import details mention a price of 34.941 Indian Rupees, which converts to about £342.


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