Samsung Electronics set to launch Galaxy Tab 4 line up in 7,8 and 10 inch flavours this year. We’ve got some more Samsung news hot off the press for you, if you’ve been following Samsung related news you would have seen their NotePRO is now available for order here in the U.K.
There’s also now speculation that they will refresh their Galaxy Tab line up of tablets which will be available in three varying sizes of 7, 8 and 10 inch which will all come in three different variations themselves, the 8 inch version will come in three different options, there’s a WIFI only model known currently as the SM-T330, next is the SM-T341 which is a 3G version and finally the SM-T335 which will be the 8 inches’ LTE version.
The 8 inch Galaxy Tab 4 will come packing as the name suggests a 8 inch LCD screen with a 1280×800 resolution, under the hood is a quad core chip, clocked at 1.2 GHz with 1GB of RAM in the wifi version and 1.5GB in the LTE. There’s also 3 megapixel camera round the back and a 1.3 megapixel one at the front of the device, 16GB of storage expandable up to 64GB via micro SD slot and will of course come running Android 4.4 KitKat.
The 7 inch Galaxy Tab 4 version allegedly has identical specifications with the only differences being 8GB of on-board storage opposed to the 8 inches’ 16GB, the 7 inch also doesn’t come in WIFI and cellular versions, and naturally the screen and battery size is smaller with the 7 inch having a 4450mAh battery opposed to the 8 inch versions’ 6800mAh.
Finally there’s a 10.1 inch Galaxy Tab 4 version which has improved specs over the 7 and inch models. As well as the 8 inch the 10.1 comes in three different versions WIFI, 3G and LTE. The 10.1 inch Tab’s specs include; a 10.1 inch LCD screen, with a resolution of 1280 x 800, a 1.2 GHz quad core processor with 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage expandable to 64GB via micro SD slot. Disappointingly the 10.1 has the same camera specs as both the 7 and 8 inch Tab.
That’s all the information for now but we can expect to see these new additions officially announced at the end of the month in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress.