Samsung’s New Galaxy Tab 4 Tablet Series Tipped to Be Headed for MWC 2014

The tablets’ specs have appeared online as of late

Since Samsung unveiled four new tablet models CES 2014, a lot of people are expecting to see a new bunch of Sammy slates see the light of day at MWC 2014 next month in Barcelona, as well. And apparently they are right to think so.

New information reported by Korean sources (via ZDnet) seem to indicate the refreshed Galaxy Tab 4 tablet line-up, which we saw leak in the news just a few days ago is headed for Europe.

The tablets appeared here and there during the past months, going by model numbers: SM-T530 / SM-T531 / SM-T535 (Galaxy Tab 4 10.1), SM-T330 / SM-T331 / SM-T335 (Galaxy Tab 4 8.0), and SM-T230 / SM-T231 / SM-T235 (Galaxy Tab 4 7.0).

We’re talking of the three main tablets (with different versions) code-named Millet, Degas and Matisse, whose specifications appeared this week. For those getting excited, we should warn you their specifications aren't anything special.

Some older rumors claimed we would see AMOLED tablets being unveiled by Sammy at MWC, but the Galaxy Tab 4 bunch is certainly not it.

Judging by the leaks, all tablets (7-inch, 8-inch and 10-inch) will sport the same WXGA display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, which is certainly nothing to fret about.

Nevertheless, Sammy has updated their processors and turned them into quad-core, most likely Exynos, since the tech giant is looking to increase market share in the AP department. On top of that, all the new slates will come with Android’s latest KitKat 4.4 out of the box.

Samsung has been silent and has been given no information about the upcoming Galaxy Tab 4 tablet line-up, but at this moment it’s very likely we’re going to see the tablets on display at MWC.

Along the tablets, Samsung is expected to bring some smartphones and the new Galaxy Gear 2, which will probably arrive equipped with a flexible OLED display and a new design.

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