Monday, 16 January 2017
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Samsung Galaxy Tab E 7.0 gets FCC approval

The much-anticipated 7-inches tablet by South Korean tech giant Samsung has seen its fair share of rumors and leaks. Christened Galaxy Tab E 7.0, the gadget has finally been listed formally on the company’s Mexican site.

The device listing on the company site has revealed complete specifications and features along with the pictures of the Samsung Galaxy Tab E 7.0.

However, no formal announcement regarding the launch of this latest slate  has been made by Samsung. Thus, it is being expected that the company will make a proper announcement of the launch in the next few days.

The images posted on the site featured a white colored tablet. But there was no mention of the price tag.

Galaxy Tab E 7.0 by Samsung had also received the FCC approval recently and now the official listing has disclosed the major specs of the device.

Samsung Galaxy Tab E 7,0 gets FCC approval Image1 Naija Tech Guide

Galaxy Tab E 7.0 will feature a TFT 7.0-inch display having 1024×600p resolution. However, it does not incorporate any S Pen. The device is driven by 1.3GHz quad-core SoC. The Android version of the tablet has not been named.

For storage, the tab sports 1GB of RAM rather than 1.5GB which was speculated earlier. In addition, it also flaunts 8GB of internal memory which can be extended up to 32GB via microSD card support.

In terms of camera, the Galaxy Tab E 7.0 embraces a 2MP CMOS rear snapper along with a 2MP front-facing CMOS camera. The primary shooter does not include LED flash and auto-focus features.

Samsung Galaxy Tab E 7.0 is supported by 3600mAh non-removable battery backup that supports around 71 hours of audio and 8 hours of video playback time. For connectivity, the tablet includes USB 2.0, GLONASS, 3.5mm stereo, GPS and Bluetooth 4.0 options.

The release date of the tab is yet to be announced.