Samsung Files A Trademark For The Galaxy Tab Active Pro Tablet
Samsung previously unveiled the Galaxy Tab Active 2 in October 2017. The 8-inch display equipped tablet was primarily designed for rugged usage. The Galaxy Tab S5e is the latest tablet from the company. As per reports, the South Korean company may add a new variant to the Galaxy Tab lineup in the near future, known as the Tab Active Pro.
The trademark for the tablet was filed by Samsung Electronics on June 13, 2019 with the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) for the name “Tab Active Pro”. The Class 9 trademark bears the description ‘tablet computers and portable computers’. The company that filed the trademark has been often linked with Samsung. For instance, the same company filed a patent for the name “Dynamic AMOLED display” for the Galaxy S10 lineup.
Noteworthy, there is no inclusion of the name “Galaxy” anywhere in the trademark. However, at the time of launch, the company is likely to incorporate the “Galaxy” prefix with the tablet’s name. Its predecessor i.e. Galaxy Tab Active 2 features IP68 water and dust resistance and is MIL-STD-810G compliant. It runs on the Exynos 7870 chipset, which comprises of an octa-core 1.6 GHz Cortex A53 CPU. It was bundled with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage with expansion support via microSD (up to 256GB). The upcoming Galaxy Tab, however, is expected to run on an upgraded Samsung chipset and pack updated features for 2019.
The company is currently selling the Galaxy Tab Active 2 for a reduced price over its MRP, indicating that the launch of the Galaxy Tab Active Pro is nearing fast. As per reports, the tablet will be unveiled at the IFA 2019. IFA is a consumer electronics & home appliances fair, and this year, it is being held in Berlin from 6 to 11 September. Moreover, Samsung is also expected to showcase its Portable SSD T7 Plus at the same event.