Galaxy Tab E 8.0 (2017) to release soon, certified by WiFi Alliance

The 2017 version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab E 8.0 would be announced soon as it has been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance. The device carries the model number SM-T378K and it refers to the Korean variant.

Looks like the new Tab E 8.0 would be launched in Korea first, followed by other regions. The other models that have been certified include, SM-T378L and SM-T378S. The Galaxy Tab E is a mid range Android tablet and the 2016 variant was announced in January last year.

The 2017 model would also feature an 8-inch display, a mid-range processor, and slightly better hardware. Samsung could announce the tablet in Korea in the coming weeks, although an exact date isn’t known yet.

If you’re looking for a basic Android tablet that offers good battery life and a good enough display, without having to spend much, then the Galaxy Tab E is the answer. We will let you know the pricing and other details when the tablet is announced.

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