Samsung Tab SM-X800 appears on FCC with S-Pen support

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Samsung is kicking off hard! Be it updating existing flagships or introducing a new one. In the latest news, we can soon see a new Samsung tablet hitting the market. A tab with model number SM-X800 is spotted on the FCC certification website. Here is everything we could gather from the listing.

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As mentioned, the new Samsung tab will bear the model number SM-X800. However, the name of the device is still under-cover. Though, it is suggested to be a part of the Galaxy Tab S8 series. Further, the listing does not reveal much apart from its connectivity details, charging capacity, and S-Pen compatibility.

According to the FCC certification, the Samsung Tablet SM-X800 will support 5G connectivity. Also, the other connectivity options include dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11a/n/ac/a and Bluetooth. In addition, the listing discloses that the Tab SM-X800 will support 50W of fast wireless charging. Although the battery capacity and other features are still a secret.

This is all we could collect about the Samsung Tablet SM-X800 from the FCC listing. Now that the device has started to emerge online, the specifications and other details will spill out soon.

In other news, Samsung recently announced the much anticipated Galaxy S21 FE globally. The smartphone was supposed to launch last year alongside the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and the Galaxy Z Fold 3. However, the technical issues made us wait for a long time. You can read more about the device in our dedicated article.

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