Smaller 10.2 inch Samsung Windows tablet clears FCC

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Besides the Samsung TabPro S2 it appears Samsung is also getting ready to release a smaller Windows 10 tablet, code named SM-W627.

While full specs are not available yet, we can deduce some details from the FCC testing which has now been published.

The tablet will feature 4G LTE and work with a keyboard attachment, and have  2.4 GHz and 5 GHz dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 4.1

The tablet was also tested with USB-C cables, suggesting this will be the primary port and will have DisplayPort support, though this is likely via USB-C.

The device may be the mysterious Samsung Galaxy Book leaked earlier, which is expected to feature an active pen and Samsung-specific OS enhancements.

See the FCC listing here.

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