Samsung SM-T583 first showed up on May 5th after it had been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance, and at first it seemed like it was another Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1, but that changed today after it was published as Bluetooth certified with the same model number Samsung SM-T583, but accompanied with the model name Samsung Galaxy Tab Advanced2.
Which may imply that this tablet differs from the SM-T58x model series it otherwise appears to belong to. It will probably be based on the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1, but may possibly have just a few different components, or it may just have some different features on the software side instead.
The last 10.1-inch tablet in Samsung’s Advanced series, came in 2016, and not only that but it was called Samsung Galaxy Tab4 Advanced 10.1. Nevertheless, the Bluetooth 4.2 certified Samsung SM-T583 tablet from today is called Samsung Galaxy Tab Advanced2.
Samsung Advanced series have essentially been enterprise tablets with extra emphasis on security, such as additional Samsung Knox features.
Known specs and features of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Advanced2 are Android 8.0 Oreo, 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 4.2, and Voice-Enterprise support.
– Tom Bowen