Samsung seems to be planning to release two new tablets in the near future, the Galaxy Tab Advanced2, and Advanced2 XL, as real-life images just appeared online. It's not exactly a secret that the Galaxy Tab S4 is in the works, as we've recently published some exclusive content regarding that tablet, but aside its flagship tablet, Samsung is also working on some more affordable tablet offerings, like the two that we've mentioned.
If you take a look at the gallery down below, you will be able to see the two tablets in the flesh, and those two images seem to be coming from regulatory sources. The Galaxy Tab Advanced2 XL seems to sport thinner bezels than its sibling, but other than that, those two devices look quite similar from the front. Unfortunately, though, the provided images did not reveal the back side of these two tablets. The Galaxy Tab Advanced2 name first popped up back in May, and it was mentioned that the device will carry the 'SM-T583' model number. The Galaxy Tab Advanced2 is actually expected to be a revamped Galaxy Tab A 10.1, though it will not sport a physical home key on the front, as Samsung is looking to remove those, and switching to on-screen buttons, as the company did with its modern smartphones. The Galaxy Tab Advanced2 and Advanced2 XL will also sport a Type-C USB port on the bottom, unlike the company's previous tablets which shipped with a regular micro USB port.
Having said that, the Galaxy Tab Advanced2 XL will sport a fullHD (1920 x 1200) display, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage. Samsung's Exynos 7870 processor is expected to fuel that tablet, and the Galaxy Tab Advanced2 XL is expected to be a bit more powerful than the regular version. Android 8.1 Oreo will probably come pre-installed on both devices, while a 3.5mm headphone jack will remain a part of the package. Bluetooth 4.2 will be available, allegedly, while the device will be able to connect to the mobile internet, as it will ship with a SIM card slot, at least one of the Galaxy Tab Advanced2 models will.