Samsung have unveiled the new Galaxy Tab4 range, with the 3 new tablets all sharing the same core specifications but coming with either 7-inch, 8-inch or 10.1-inch displays.
Regardless of which tablet you choose the display will run at 1280*800 pixel resolution. That's perfectly adequate for the Galaxy Tab4 7.0 (215ppi) and Galaxy Tab4 8.0 (188ppi) - but on the larger Galaxy Tab4 10.1 (149ppi) we can't help feeling it falls short.
The Android KitKat powered tablets are driven by 1.2GHz quad-core processors backed up by 1.5GB of RAM, come with 16GB of onboard memory (Tab4 7.0 is also available with 8GB storage) and they all support microSD cards.
They also feature rear-facing 3 mega-pixel cameras capable of recording 1080p video, backed up by 1.3MP front-facing snappers for video calling. You get to choose between 3G or 4G LTE models, which all also support WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. The dimensions are battery sizes for each model are listed below.
Samsung Galaxy Tab4 10.1: 243.4 x 176.4 x 7.95mm (487g) with a 6,800mAh battery
Samsung Galaxy Tab4 8.0: 124.0 x 210.0 x 7.95mm (320g) with a 4,450mAh
Samsung Galaxy Tab4 7.0: 107.9 x 186.9 x 9 mm (276g) battery-size unknown
The new Samsung Galaxy Tab4 range will be available to buy in the 2nd quarter of 2014 in a choice of either Black or White. Prices are currently unknown, but they should be significantly cheaper than the high-end Galaxy TabPRO tablet range.
Looking for a high-end Samsung tablet? Then you might want to checkout the flagship Galaxy TabPRO range. Read all about the trio of tablets here.
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