Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 specs leak

According to a collection of documents shared this afternoon relatively anonymously, the Samsung tablet division is readying three new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 devices for Mobile World Congress 2014. These devices will each be incrementally better than their predecessors, coming up with cameras and processing power roughly on-par with the Samsung Galaxy S III for each iteration - roughly. These devices will also each be released with Android 4.4 KitKat.

Another year, another set of tablets - that's what we're seeing here from the likes of Samsung with the Galaxy Tab 4 in 10.1-inch, 8, and 7-inch iterations. Starting with the largest of the bunch, you'll be seeing a 10.1-inch display with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution - the exact same panel as last year's model. Instead of dual-core, we've got a quad-core processor, and with 16GB internal storage (again), we've bumped 32GB capacity microSD up to 64GB.

The camera on the Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 is now 8-megapixels instead of 3, while the front has a 2-megapixel camera instead of 1.3. This device will roll with almost exactly the same dimensions as the previous model, carrying the same battery size and network connectivity as well - even the Bluetooth is the same (it was Bluetooth 4.0 already last year). This is all according to PhoneArena and their original source MySamsungPhones, of course - but based on Samsung's last few years of releases, we have no reason to doubt these specifications.

In the Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 we've got a device that's also almost the same with the same display, a quad-core instead of dual-core processor, and another 8GB internal storage with the same microSD capacity boost up to 64GB that the 10.1-inch tablet got. Here we've also got the same cameras as last year, same connectivity, and almost the exact same dimensions too, with a slightly larger battery and a few different bits of software.

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