New Samsung tablet with S Pen support reportedly in the works

“Samsung SM-P610 tablet might come in either 64GB or 128GB internal storage options and S Pen support”

Samsung is reportedly working on a new premium tablet that might come with S-Pen support, according to SamMobile. This mysterious new Samsung tablet bears a model number SM-P610 alongside the SM-P615, which might arrive as the LTE version of the tablet. It is said to come in 64GB, and 128GB internal storage options and Samsung might offer a book cover accessory as well. Since it’s still a work in progress, nothing much is known about the tablet at the moment. Samsung has constantly launched Android tablets to take on Apple’s iPad in the tablet segment. 

Since it’s still in the development stage, nothing much is known about the Samsung SM-P610 tablet at the moment.

While the Samsung tablet reported could be in the premium segment, it is unlikely the successor to the Galaxy Tab S6. This means you should to expect flagship-level specifications for this tablet. 

Back in September, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Tab Active Pro in Germany. It comes with IP68 water and dust-resistance and a rugged build, thanks to the ‘Active’ branding. It sports a 10-inch display and has optional LTE connectivity as well. The Galaxy Tab Pro also includes DeX support, which essentially works as a secondary display for the tablet. Samsung also launched the more powerful Galaxy Tab S6 in India in October. It is powered by the Snapdragon 855 processor, sports a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED WQXGA display and in-display fingerprint scanner for security.

Separately, Samsung is also tipped to be working on a foldable tablet as a patent listing was surfaced on European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) database back in November. It is seen having a flexible screen and is expected to fold in half, like a clamshell. The hinge is present on the back panel and will swing vertically from top to bottom instead of horizontally. It would be interesting to see such designs pan out in reality rather than limiting to just patents.