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Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Tab Active 3 for all those employed in the field, or maybe have trouble holding on with their hardware. It’s been practically three years because the company’s Galaxy Tab Active 2 made its debut, and the 3rd iteration in the slate line adds several modern touches and toughness improvements.

Tipping the scales at 429 grams, the Galaxy Tab Active 3 is surprisingly light considering its bulky appearance. It’s clad in a rubberized shell gives it MIL-STD-810H compliance – and can buff off drops as high as 1.5 meters – and IP68 water and dust resistance. If you feel that’s insufficient protection, a rugged case can even be fitted which gives a cradle for the IP68-protected S Pen, too.

The Tab Active 3’s display is far denser than its predecessor with an answer of just one 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. It still measures 8.0-inches from corner-to-corner however now employs IPS technology, that ought to improve viewing angles somewhat.

Its power system is pretty smart too. The Galaxy Tab Active 3’s 5,050mAh battery could be removed and replaced by an individual, and will be topped up by using a traditional USB-C port or through side-mounted POGO pins. The tablet can be powered on and run with out a battery inserted directly from a power source.

Internally, the Galaxy Tab Active 3 is just a little less exciting. It’s powered by a 4G-ready Exynos 9810 chipset with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage with a microSD card slot. NFC also features for many who need to have mobile payments support on the tablet. Wi-Fi 6 support is roofed too, while GPS, Glonass, Beidou, and Galileo access also make the cut. This implies you’ll probably always know what your location is on the planet in the event you go spelunking together with your tab.

Finally, for imaging, the Galaxy Tab Active 3 includes a 13MP rear snapper with autofocus and a 5MP selfie camera. There’s AR support too, as the camera also doubles as a barcode scanner for retail workers.

The tablet will launch with Android 10, but we imagine Samsung will update the slate to Android 11 once available.

There’s no word on pricing at this time, but Samsung has confirmed the Galaxy Tab Active 3 will launch in Europe and Asia {for

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