Samsung Galaxy Tab Active5: FCC certification reveals storage, S-Pen and battery specs
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Active5 is expected to come onto the market in the next few weeks. The rugged tablet has just appeared on the FCC website with some useful information such as storage options, charging details and S-Pen support.
According to the certification list, the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active5 comes in two variants – 5G ready or with Wi-Fi only. As standard, the tablet has 128 GB of internal storage and a microSD slot for storage expansion. Samsung’s S-Pen and a 15 watt charger are also part of the scope of delivery.
In addition, we already know from previous leaks that the Samsung tablet will have a large 10,000 mAh battery. Charging with the 15 watt charger could therefore take quite a while. With the FCC certification in hand, it shouldn’t be long before the Galaxy Tab Active5 officially starts.
Samsung Galaxy S23 FE launches in Europe on December 8th
The Samsung Galaxy S23 FE originally launched in October and is currently available in several regions in Asia. This was followed by the launch on the US market and now it is Europe’s turn. Samsung France has announced that sales will begin on Friday, December 8th.
The European Samsung Galaxy S23 FE is expected to have a Samsung Exynos 2200 chipset on board. The US model instead uses a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip. Samsung France has not yet announced prices. All missing information will come to light at the event on Friday at the latest.
Samsung brings Camera Assistant to Galaxy A series
Samsung’s Camera Assistant app brings various improvements over the standard camera app, ranging from faster shutter speeds to the addition of a 2x zoom crop. However, it was previously available exclusively for flagship smartphones such as the Galaxy S23 Ultra and the Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5. With One UI 6, the app is now also available for download for the Samsung Galaxy A53 and Galaxy A54 in the Galaxy Store.
The Camera Assistant app also features automatic lens changing and the Quick Tap Shutter. You can deactivate Auto HDR and soften images to prevent over-sharpening. The Galaxy A53 and A54 are likely to be just the start and the Camera Assistant app will land on other A-series Samsung smartphones in the coming months.