The First Picture Of Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 (10.5) (SM-T590, SM-T595)

Here is the the first exclusive picture leak of upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 (10.5) (SM-T590 & SM-T595), which is the other new 10.5-inch Android 8.1 tablet Samsung will launch in 2018, with the other one being the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4.

Our Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 (10.5) image originates from a regulatory organization, hence the low quality. But at least we can see that it looks almost identical to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, with no visible physical home button, and just the camera and light sensor seen on the top bezel.

(UPDATED: Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 Announced)

But even though both of Samsung's tablets feature 10.5-inch displays, they are not built with the same casing, since the Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 10.5 is 259.9mm long and 161.1mm wide, whereas Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is 249.3mm long and 164.3mm wide.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 (10.5)
Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 (10.5) (SM-T590 & SM-T595)

Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 10.5 (SM-T590, SM-T595) specs leaks that that have been registered through official organizations includes the 10.5-inch screen, Android 8.1 Oreo, 2.4 GHz + 5 GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, with Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetooth 4.2, optional 4G LTE, USB Type-C port, a 3.5mm audio combo jack, various international navigation sensors, and an optional charging dock.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 (10.5) is the successor to the Full HD Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1, a tablet in the price and specs range just below the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4.

During the last 5 weeks, Samsung's Tab A2 10.5 tablet have already been officially FCC approved, Bluetooth certified, and Wi-Fi certified, and Samsung's own documents suggest that this tablet is due for launch around the football world cup the next weeks.

This tablet, model number Samsung SM-T590 (Wi-Fi) & SM-T595 (4G LTE) have been registered officially with two different names, with the first one being Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 Xl and the second one being Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 (10.5).

But Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 (10.5) is the last name Samsung itself have used internally.

– Tom Bowen