Samsung Electronics Canada announced that it is adding a new member in the Galaxy lineup – the Galaxy Tab Active3, a smart new tablet built for demanding environments.
The Galaxy Tab Active3 came from the popular Galaxy Tab Active2, which was built to meet the testing environments needed in today’s mobile workforce, combined with its sleek and professional look. The Galaxy Tab Active3 is also used as a business tool which helps increase employee productivity with its features like, enhanced touch capability, which is the right fit for workers who need to wear gloves for challenging work environments or simply just for their safety.
GALAXY TAB ACTIVE3 KEY FEATURES
- Built for Tough Environments: MIL-STD-810H certified to handle challenging environments; its enhanced shock absorption is now able to withstand drops of up to 1.5 metres and it is IP68 rated, meaning dustproof and water resistant.
- Superior Performance: Exynos 9810 processor, 4GB RAM and up to 64GB internal storage, provides the power to keep up with the digital businesses of today, while Wi-Fi 6 with Dual Antenna MIMO2 support delivers super-fast Wi-Fi connectivity. Long-lasting, replaceable 5,050mAh battery supports fast charging through USB and POGO pins and now supports “No Battery Mode” for power without a battery.
- Next Level Productivity: Provides a PC-like experience wherever, thanks to Samsung Dex, by ensuring dual-screen functionality so tasks can be picked up from anywhere, whether in the office, or in the field. Enjoy added convenient functionalities of the programmable Active key and S Pen.
GALAXY TAB ACTIVE3 PRICING AND AVAILABILITY
The black Galaxy Tab Active3 is already available in Samsung.com, Samsung Experience Stores, Bell, and participating distributors and resellers in Canada for $779.99 (regular price).
To learn more about the Galaxy Tab Active3, please visit Samsung.com here.
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