Samsung Accidently Confirms the existence of an Upcoming Galaxy Tab 4

We have all seen Samsung’s Mobile World Congress event from Barcelona, Spain and we know that many of you must have been disappointed about the lack of any new addition to their Galaxy Tab Android family of devices. Their new Galaxy S5 flagship was there in the spotlight, as well as Samsung’s Galaxy Gear 2, Gear 2 Neo and Gear Fit devices, but now it’s time for the South Korean company to focus its efforts on revealing a new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 tablet. And the company has already confirmed the existence of its upcoming Galaxy Tab 4 lineup on its own website ahead of the tablet’s official unveiling, but not in a traditional way, as you might be expecting.

Accidental Leak

As you can see, here we have a photo that speaks for itself, but we must admit that we were surprised to find it on Samsung’s website. Based on this Gear Fit here revealed as working with the Galaxy Tab 4, we can only assume that Samsung might launch the tablet series before its fitness tracker hits stores later this month, but nothing is known for sure at this point.

Samsung Accidently Confirms the existence of an Upcoming Galaxy Tab 4

Samsung Accidently Confirms the existence of an Upcoming Galaxy Tab 4

It is rather unusual for the company to accidentally leak its own devices before making them official and Samsung has immediately solved the problem and removed the graphic from their official site, but not before the PlaneteGalaxy French site has obtained this copy.

What else do we know?

We can also tell you that Samsung seems to be working not on one, but actually on three Galaxy Tab 4 versions: Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, Galaxy Tab 4 8.0, as well as Galaxy Tab 4 10.1, not to mention that we even have some specs based on previous rumors. To be more precise, Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, Tab 4 8.0 and Tab 4 10.1 are supposed to get their power from a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, while their display should have a maximum 800 x 1280 pixel resolution.

It is more than obviously that everyone is also expecting the latest Android 4.4 KitKat version, not to mention that the interest increases thanks to the fact that this Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 range should be much affordable than Samsung’s Galaxy TabPRO range, so we’ll be soon back with fresh details.