Oh, Sammy—you just love to keep the products rolling in, don't you? No matter what kind of device or specs our geeky impulses crave, there's generally a Samsung product for that. Adding to the South Korean maestro's wealth of hardware already unveiled so far this year, a brand new 10-inch tablet could be on the horizon. Spotted on GFXBench by the folks at Polish blog Tablety, the slate looks set to combine a fairly moderate array of internal goodness along with the holy grail of Android Marshmallow.
Bearing the model number SM-T536, the slab will apparently be called the Galaxy Tab 4 Advanced. Though random benchmarks should by no means be taken as gospel, a fair amount of GFXBench-sourced information turns out to be true. With all that said, what will the Tab 4 Advanced have in its locker?
As aforementioned, it'll be relatively decent, though it's certainly not going to be spec'd to the gills like a number of Samsung's other tablet efforts. If this new info is accurate, we can expect the Tab 4 Advanced to include a 1280 x 800 display over a 10.1-inch canvas, and an octa-core SoC along with a healthy 2 gigs of RAM. There may also be 32 GB of expandable storage, a 5-megapixel main camera, and a 2-megapixel front-facing effort that doesn't sound too well-equipped for a generation that loves its selfies.
Software-wise, the SM-T536 will apparently get the very latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, inclusive of Doze, app permissions, Google Now on Tap and the countless other bells and whistles of the Big G's latest firmware. All in all, it seems like the Tab 4 Advanced will offer a modest specs bump on the pre-existing Galaxy Tab 4 10.1, which first appeared in 2014.
We'll keep you posted on any official announcement of this mid-range tablet.