What a surprise! More new patents to follow up on this week. And this time the patent-related reports have arrived from Samsung, rather than Apple. According to reports, Samsung's highly rumored and upcoming AMOLED tablet is said to have cleared the FCC test in its path to getting finalized.
Reports are now claiming that Samsung's upcoming AMOLED display-featuring tablet has made a major leap forward in its way to attain market availability, as the device has already been approved by the FCC.
The FCC is said to have approved both the 3G (SM-T801) and LTE (SM-T805) models of the tablet and thanks to the dimensions listed in the FCC database, and going by the pretty much confirmed details that have been listed as well, it seems like the tablet will sport a 10.5-inch display.
Apart from that, the certification website, brought to light via Phone Arena, has also revealed that the battery capacity of the device will arrive with the listed rating of 30.02Wh at 4.35 volts, which equals somewhere more than 6,500 mAh. And if the listed battery capacity for the device is to believed, it really has to be said that this is a somewhat low battery capacity for a high-end 10.5-inch tablet.
As far as the in-device specifications are concerned, the new tablet is said to sport a 1.9GHz octa-core Exynos CPU, 3GB of RAM, 2560×1600 display resolution, 16GB internal storage, an 8-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front-facing camera, and will run on Android 4.4.2 KitKat.
However, it's still unknown if the AMOLED tablet will be part of the Galaxy TabPRO series. But whatever it is, Samsung is expected to introduce certain new features like its new Ultra Power Saving Mode feature, which will be present on the AMOLED tablets.