New Samsung Galaxy Tab A (SM-P205) seemingly on the way

New Samsung Galaxy Tab A (SM-P205) seemingly on the way

Samsung already has an extensive lineup of smartphones planned for the first half of 2019. But according to SamMobile, the South Korean giant also has at least one new tablet in the works too.

Known as the Samsung SM-P205, the upcoming tablet is understood to be Samsung’s next addition to the Galaxy Tab A series. It’ll reportedly arrive with 32GB of internal storage and should be available in both black and grey finishes. Firmware for the tablet has also been spotted under the number P205DXU0ARL4. But, at this moment in time, it’s unclear if Android 9 Pie will be included straight out of the box.

Considering this will be an entry-level tablet, relatively thick bezels are to be expected alongside an aluminum construction. Also, an LCD display is to be expected rather than a Super AMOLED panel, while over on the rear a single camera will probably be present.

If Samsung’s past releases are anything to go by, the new Galaxy Tab A will most likely make its first official appearance at MWC 2019 in February. This will be roughly a week after the company's Galaxy S10 unveiling on February 20.



1. dollallama

Posts: 10; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

Hmmm no one asked for this. Samsung you don't have to make doo doo to flood the market. Unless you are using amazons strategy to push users into paying for subscription services.

2. Dr.SamX

Posts: 245; Member since: Jan 19, 2015

Let's just hope it is 4:3 and not 16:10 like Tab S4!

3. Peaceboy

Posts: 640; Member since: Oct 11, 2018

Another crappy product from Samsung to go against iPad. Purely garbage with crappy Android OS.

4. Skizzo

Posts: 424; Member since: Jul 14, 2013

I personally love this. I have a top of the line phone already, and a "mid-tier" tablet is more than enough for the uses I need considering I don't have to shell out $800+. A slim 10"-12" portable Netflix, and browsing device is excellent.

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