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Samsung Q1 2014 tablet screensizes and names leaked ahead of CES

The name and screen sizes of the four Samsung tablets due to launch in Q1 2014 have been leaked online.

It was earlier rumoured that Samsung will launch four new tablets in the first quarter of 2014, and now these four slates have been named and sized.

Samsung will reportedly launch the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro in 8.4-inch and 10.1 models, the super-sized Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and the budget Galaxy Tab 3 Lite.

All of the tablets, bar the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite, will come in Wi-Fi and 4G LTE variants. The Galaxy Tab 3 Lite will come with 3G only due to its 100 euro (£85) price.

The Galaxy Tab 3 Lite will be the first to launch sometime in the second week of Q1 2014, which puts its arrival smack bang in the middle of CES 2014 in January. It is rumoured to offer a 7-inch screen surrounded by a cream white body.

The Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 will arrive in week six 2014, which is the week commencing February 3. This would put a launch event a fortnight prior to MWC 2014, which is something Samsung has done previously.

The Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 will arrive a week after the previous two tablets, later in February.

All three of the Samsung Pro tablets will be available to buy in black or white. The Tab Pro 8.4 and 10.1 will come with 16GB of internal storage as standard, whereas the Note Pro 12.2 will have 32GB.

Of course, these launch windows are always very loose, but it definitely seems all three will be launched before the end of March 2014.

This means Samsung will most likely launch them at events at CES and MWC 2014.

TrustedReviews will be at CES and MWC 2014 to bring you all the Samsung tablet news.

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Via: Sammobile

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