Posts tagged with: Galaxy Tab 4 8.0
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    Back at the start of the month, Samsung announced its latest series of Android tablets: not the TabPROs we got back in winter, nor the rumored OLED tablets that may still be in development, but the plane-Jane regular Tab 4 models. Leaks didn't make them out to be particularly well-equipped models, but at least the official specs Samsung ultimately delivered were slightly better than rumors would have us believe. What we didn't get at the time, though, was info on pricing, nor detailed news about where and how sales would begin. Today Samsung fills in some of those blanks, announcing the ...

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    For the past couple months, following Samsung's introduction of its new TabPRO and NotePRO tablets at CES 2014, we've been hearing about another family of models that would soon join them, presumably as Tab 4 non-pro devices. There have been plenty of leaks to help us along the way, including an early rundown on specs for a 7.0, 8.0, and 10.1-inch Tab 4, and later leaks of a few press renders for this gang. We even briefly saw the tablets mentioned by Samsung itself, on a page for the Gear Fit – and that sighting revealed Samsung to be taking a cue from those TabPROs and removing a space ...

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    For the most part, when it came to the MWC last week, Samsung delivered just what we expected it to: the Galaxy S5 and its second-gen Gear smartwatches. Sure, there wasn't much in the way of Tizen phone progress, and we're still waiting on a 64-bit Exynos, but those were rolls of the dice anyway. Really, the most surprising thing that failed to appear was news of any more tablets, following a leak earlier in the month that detailed three new Galaxy Tab models, to complement the higher-end TabPRO lineup. We still may be waiting on word of those, but Samsung has gone ahead and removed any ...

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    It was only yesterday when we first heard of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 4. Armed with a single model number, we uncovered a UAProf document for the tablet that revealed a 1280 x 800 resolution – and knowing nothing more at the time, it sure seemed like the Tab 4 would arrive as a much lower-end option than the TabPROs Samsung revealed back at the CES. If that was just the start of a little Tab 4 drip, today sees the fire hose open full-stream, delivering a ton of new info on the Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, 8.0, and 10.1. Here's what the new leaks reveal: it's looking like all three sizes will sport the ...

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