It looks like Samsung is really dedicated to its upcoming new unofficial 10.1-inch Full HD Android 6.0 tablet with S Pen digitizer.
Samsung have gone all in on this model it seems, with two new leaked editions of this tablet appearing overnight. These are Samsung SM-P583, and Samsung SM-P588, the latter of which have just been Wi-Fi certified with dual-band a/b/g/n/ac and Wi-Fi direct.
These two latest editions comes in addition to the previously leaked SM-P580 and SM-P585 models, indicating Wi-Fi only models and 4G LTE models.
Giving the timing of these leaks, we may see Samsung unveil the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2016 w/ S Pen at the IFA trade show in Berlin, Germany. Samsung is due to appear center stage at IFA on September 1, so that’s the first possible unveiling date.
Samsung have already created a support page for the tablet in South Korea (with no info in it yet though), made public on Monday, so the launch is pretty close now:
Don’t get worried over the mobile phone icon on Samsung’s website though. It is a tablet, Samsung just places that phone icon on all pages with “mobile” devices.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) S Pen (SM-P580/SM-P583/SM-P585/SM-P588) is an upcoming 10.1-inch Android 6.0 tablet with FHD resolution of 1920 x 1200, octa-core processor, good specs, and of course a built-in Samsung digitizer that plugs into the back of the tablet. It is essentially built upon the non-stylus version Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) (SM-T580). The tablets are so similar that in South Korea they have been verified alongside each other with shared components.
So it is a larger, more powerful, Full HD version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 With S Pen launched last year.