Samsung presented this Monday (28) a new tablet with a reinforced exterior, ready to be used in the most varied work environments. It’s the Galaxy Tab Active 3, third generation of a device that won the first model in 2015 and an evolution two years later.
As the South Korean manufacturer suggests, the device is more aimed at “meeting the rigors of today’s workforce” while bringing a compact and comfortable look to use. However, the highlight is even the protection in the body of the device, which can be used in places of extreme conditions, resists shocks and knocks and falls of up to 1.5 meters. The model also has IP68 certification for waterproofing.
The device’s screen is 8″ and is adapted to recognize the touches of those wearing gloves. In addition, it also comes with an equally waterproof S Pen. Another useful shortcut is the Active Key side button, which serves to open pre-configured applications by the user , make emergency calls or calls with a single command.
The device also has an optimized barcode reader, support for Augmented Reality via Google ARCore and a 13 MP rear camera to aid in reporting. The model isn’t quite top-of-the-line, but it doesn’t disappoint in terms of technical specifications: it brings 4GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage and a Samsung’s own octa-core processor (Exynos 9810).
The 5050 mAh battery guarantees a full day of use without recharging. From the factory, the model runs Android 10, yet no update has been confirmed for the new version.
O Galaxy Tab Active 3 will be sold “in selected markets” starting this Monday (28), starting with regions in Europe and Asia.