Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Devices' Specifications Leak; Tipped to Debut at MWC 2014

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By Rohit KVN | February 12, 2014 9:42 PM EST

It's been just a over month since Samsung unveiled the high-end Galaxy TabPro tablets at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2014, now a report has emerged that the South Korean firm is planning the cheaper Galaxy Tab 4 series slates.

Technology community blog, MySamsungphones have got hold of the alleged Galaxy Tab 4 variants' specification list. It says tablets would come in three sizes, 7.0-inch, 8.0-inch and a big 10.1-inch model.

Up first, smallest among the three devices, Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 codenamed 'Degas' is said to sport a low-resolution WXGA (1280x800p) TFT LCD screen and run on the latest Android v4.4 KitKat powered by 1.2GHz quad-core processor with 1GB RAM, 8GB inbuilt memory (expandable up to 64). It is also expected to flaunt a 3.0-megapixel main camera and 1.3-megapixel front camera.

On the other hand, the 8.0-inch (aka Millet) and 10.1-inch (aka Matisse) pack pretty much the same display resolutions, CPU, RAM, storage and connectivity  features seen on the smaller model sans the size, camera and battery specifications.

With MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2014 just a few days away, tech blog PhoneArena is betting that Samsung might use the event as the launch pad for the Galaxy Tab 4 series tablets. But nothing is set on stone to confirm that these would really get unveiled so soon, considering Galaxy TabPro tablets which made their debut only a month ago, is yet to get released in major global markets.

Leaked specifications of Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 variants:


Galaxy Tab 4 7.0

Galaxy Tab 4 8.0

Galaxy Tab 4 10.1


7.0-inch WXGA (1280x800p) TFT LCS screen

8.0-inch WXGA (1280x800p) TFT LCD screen

10.1-inch WXGA (1280x800) TFT LCD screen


Android v4.4 KitKat

Android v4.4 KitKat

Android v4.4 KitKat


1.2GHz quad-core CPU

1.2GHz quad-core CPU

1.2GHz quad-core CPU



1GB/ 1.5GB (LTE model)



8GB, expandable up to 64GB

16GB,  (expandable up to 64GB)

16GB (expandable)


Main: 3.0-megapixel camera

Front: 1.3-megapixel camera

Main: 3.0-megapixel camera

Front: 1.3-megapixel

Main: 8.0-megapixel camera

Front: 2.0-megapixel camera


4,450 mAh

6,800 mAh

6,800 mAh


SM-T230 (Wi-Fi only)

SM-T231 (3G)

SM-T235 (LTE)

SM-T330 (Wi-Fi only)

SM-T331 (3G)

SM-T335 (LTE)

SM-T530 (Wi-Fi only)

SM-T531 (3G)

SM-T535 (LTE)


3g/4G-LTE, Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n), Bluetooth v4.0, microSD card

3g/4G-LTE, Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n), Bluetooth v4.0, microSD card, micro-USB

3g/4G-LTE, Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n), Bluetooth v4.0, microSD card, micro-USB


187.0 x 106.0 x 8.9 mm

210.0 x 123.0 x 7.95 mm

243.0  x 176.0 x 7.95 mm

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