Igeekphone August 9 news, Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 tablet recently passed the Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC certification, once again out of the tablet’s real machine test photos.
Monkeys digging into FCC certification documents and finding the Galaxy Tab A9 being tested in one of them — a rare case that doesn’t usually appear in documents. igeekphone is attached with the photos below:
The test image does not provide any other useful information, but shows a test scenario in which both a 3.5mm port and a USB-C port are plugged in, as well as a test scenario in which a MicroSD is plugged in.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 tablet has an 8-inch screen and is expected to replace the existing 8.7-inch Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. The latter will be launched in the summer of 2021, priced at $159 (igeekphone note: Currently about 1143 yuan).
The FCC certification document shows that the Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 tablet is a 4G LTE model, equipped with the same 5100mAh capacity battery as the A7 Lite, with a 15W Samsung EP-T1510 USB-C charger, and retains a 3.5mm headphone port.
The FCC certification document shows that the Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 is 210.7mm x 124.7mm, as a comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is 212.5mm x 124.7mm in length and width.
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