Samsung Galaxy Tab Active2 rugged tablet launched in India at Rs 50,990

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active2 - Feature

Samsung brings the second generation of its rugged Android tablet in India. The Galaxy Tab Active2 is launched in India today at a price of Rs 50,990. Touted to be best in class advanced rugged tablet, it comes with a variety of features that we would talk about below. This new iteration will be available for purchase starting middle of the March. It shall be available online as well as offline stores of Samsung. Plus, third-party retailers.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy S10 line-up official specifications leaked 

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active2 specs

Samsung teases a complete mobile solution for small scale and large scale enterprise business houses. The Galaxy Tab Active2 claims to address all the requirements ticked as far as the industry standards are concerned. Let’s start with its built quality. 

The Galaxy Tab Active2 gets a military-grade MIL-STD-810G certification and IP68 certification. That’s two certifications of ruggedness. These certifications ensure protection from 21 tested elements such as salt fog, dust, icing, humidity, ballistic shock, transit drop, massive temperature fluctuations, altitude change, vibration, and more. 

The IP68 rating allows it to be water and dust resistant, also it means it can survive in water for half an hour in 1.5-meter deep water. That’s why it’s fit for tough environments. 

The company claims that it is equipped with innovative capabilities like enhanced touch, pogo pin, replaceable battery pack, rugged S-Pen, biometric authentication, and more. It offers a defense-grade Knox security platform to keep the sensitive information stored safeguard against malware or hacking activities. It will also have AR capabilities. Coming to the battery capacity, it will be a 4450 mAh capacity battery.   

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