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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 leaked by official website

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 has been officially leaked on the Samsung website.

Although it wasn’t a full listing for the as yet unannounced Samsung tablet, the Galaxy Tab 4 was referenced in a list of compatible devices for the new Samsung Gear Fit.

On the Gear Fit features page, the Tab 4 was listed amongst 20 or so other compatible devices, which was a slight error on Samsung’s part.

The listing is still visible on the Gear Fit micro-site and suggests the Galaxy Tab 4 will come in three size variations like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.

Samsung suggests that there will be a 10.1-, 8.0- and 7.0-inch model of the Galaxy Tab 4 at launch.

Previous leaks suggest the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 will come with a 1280 x 800p HD resolution display running on a 1.2GHz quad-core processor across the model range.

It will be powered by 1GB of RAM in the 7- and 8-inch models, while the 10.1-inch variety will feature 1.5GB of RAM.

The larger sizes will run on a 6,800mAh battery and feature 16GB of internal storage, but the 7-inch model will only have a 4450mAh battery with 8GB as standard.

All the Tab 4s will also come with Bluetooth 4.0 LE and Wi-Fi connectivity, but can also be equipped with 3G or 4G LTE cellular connectivity if required.

Samsung should be launching the Tab 4 range imminently, but we don’t have any official information beyond this accidental listing at this stage.

Read more: Best tablets 2014

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