Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 to be unveiled in February
NEW DELHI: While the South Korean giant hasn't made an official announcement, a new Galaxy tablet has surfaced on US certification agency FCC's website.
The new tablet, bearing model number Samsung SM-T320, is expected to be called the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and positioned as a high-end tablet.
The listing does not reveal much except that the tablet would support Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth, and have a rear camera.
Import data from Indian agency Zauba reveals that the tablet, imported from Korea for testing, would feature an 8.4-inch screen. It quotes the price of the prototype as Rs 34,941. While this price may not be the final retail price, it suggests that the tablet could be positioned as a premium offering.
The report says that the tablet will be unveiled mid-February, which implies that Samsung is likely to showcase it at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
Samsung is also expected to unveil its second-generation Galaxy Gear smartwatch, two phablets and its first health-band at MWC.