Samsung brings its latest rugged tablet to the United States, with a view to selling it to companies that send workers outdoors, to industrial locations or to areas with bad weather. The Galaxy Tab Active 2 (Samsung styles with "Active2", I do not know why) was announced last year and went on sale in selected markets at the beginning, but is now available in Wi-Fi and LTE configurations in the US. UU , it sells for $ 420 and $ 520.
The Active 2 is an 8-inch Android tablet with almost forgettable specifications: an octa-core processor with no name, 3 GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage (expandable by Micro SD) and Android Nougat. Its resolution is also relatively low resolution, with a 1280 x 800 screen. That said, the low resolution should be combined with the tablet's large 4,450 mAh battery for a fairly solid battery life. It also has USB-C.
Everything is resistant, providing dust, water and shock resistance. The Android home keys are all physical buttons here, so the tablet can be worn with gloves. And it is assumed that the screen should remain operational even when it is wet. The tablet also comes with an S Pen, which is also resistant to water and dust. The LTE model will be sold through Verizon and AT & T; It is assumed that all will go on sale today.