New Samsung device with model number SM-P580 to look like A10.1 with Stylus Pen
If you think that we are at the age where Samsung would ditch the concept of the S Pen on their big screens, the latest revelation that we are about to share with you seems to disagree with this school of thought. Also, we don’t think that the South Korean OEM fancies using the name ‘Note’ on such smartphone and with the user manual of this new device that we have spotted online, carrying a model number of SM-P580, we have seen that this upcoming tablet would bear a lot of semblance to the Galaxy Tab A 10.1.
Although there is no official news on this release yet, seeing it on the company’s official website in South Korea is more than enough reason to believe that this news is true and gold.
Like we all know, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 which ran into the market in the month of May already had its screen size in its naming system and the processor used was none other than the internally developed Exynos 7870, having an octa core processor to its name then. It was not very loved because it packed only 2GB of RAM and used 16GB of internal storage space but that was just a minor setback on the powerhouse.
We are expecting the all new but yet to be announced SM-P580 to have the same features as this one but in the end, differ in its use of a Stylus Pen.
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