Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 design concept brings the tablet's FCC drawings to life

Chinese designer website has published a concept render of Samsung's yet unannounced Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 tablet. The design, based on FCC drawings which appeared less than a week ago, can be described as an enlarged Galaxy Note 3. Since the faux-leather covered back panel is an exclusive trait of Galaxy Note-branded devices, the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition in particular, this designer decision is a little puzzling. We are yet to find out if the new Galaxy Tab Pro lineup, which allegedly consists of at least two Tab Pro tablets - the Tab Pro 8.4 and Tab Pro 10.1, as well as the Note Pro 12.2 - will borrow this design aesthetic.

We won't have to wait for long, though, as their announcements should happen in the first quarter of 2014. According to present rumors, the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 could be officially revealed by Samsung in mid-February, while the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 will be unveiled in time for the MWC expo.

The hardware of these slates hasn't been detailed yet, with the exception of the Note Pro 12.2. Allegedly, this heavyweight tablet will flaunt a 2560x1600 display, the latest Snapdragon CPU, 3GB RAM and a 9500mAh battery. Also, in the beginning of December, industry sources claimed that the new Galaxy Tab Pro tablets will introduce the first 8" and 10" Super AMOLED displays on the market. These pieces of unconfirmed information, along with the Pro-brand, make it safe to assume that the new devices will be positioned in the higher market segment.

source: via SamMobile



13. pyradark

Posts: 895; Member since: Jun 10, 2012

so this is the design 3.0 theyre saying YUCK

12. GeekMovement unregistered

It's the galaxy note 3 camera design >

8. emperor

Posts: 7; Member since: Dec 11, 2013

This should have been a note device

5. SportDriver

Posts: 31; Member since: Nov 07, 2012

Don´t like Samsung but I´m interested in Galaxy Tab 10.1 Pro because I love Amoled Display. I hope it will have FullHD resolution.

3. PorkyBurger

Posts: 585; Member since: May 18, 2013

Goddamn this tab looks so classy as dingo. WAH. SO MANY TABELTS. CAN'T DECIDE. WAH.

1. kryme

Posts: 470; Member since: Oct 24, 2013

lg g pad 8.3 gpe or tab pro 8.4...... they driving me crazy

2. mr.techdude

Posts: 571; Member since: Nov 19, 2012

Lg definitely but the gpe version 'JACKPOT' stuff sammlag

4. maherk

Posts: 7094; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

You're seriously mentally ill to slam samsung for being laggy when comparing to Lg. I have the note 3, my wife has the Lg g2, I love both, and while the g2 beats the camera and battery life on my note 3, the software is where the note 3 excels. I had to install apex launcher on her g2 after 1 week, not only it was a complete rip off the Samsung UI, but it was laggy as hell. On the other hand, I am yet to encounter any lag on my note 3. Even my previous s4 never had lag issues after the 1st update it recieved when it was released.

6. ihavenoname

Posts: 1693; Member since: Aug 18, 2013

I've owned Note 3 some time, no lag/slowing down whatsoever. Lagsung and Sammlag are BS.

7. FeRoZ

Posts: 33; Member since: Sep 04, 2013

I have g2 n it neva lags i have since september i didn hav any FC n no lag at all i hav GS2 n it was laggy as hell phone was gd but software wasnt n 4 ur info LG UI is much beta n customizeable n its def not 4 women its 4 dos who like 2 customize everything n btw i just recieved KITKAT OTA yahoooo ;) n im happy chnaging from samdung 2 LG .. LG FTW :)

10. JerryTime

Posts: 468; Member since: Nov 09, 2013

LoL WOW is all I have to say to that.

11. JerryTime

Posts: 468; Member since: Nov 09, 2013

I have a G Pad and I absolutely love it. Haven't had one single lag issue, the battery life, and the screen are FANTASTIC. I have seen both UIs lag on Samsung and on LG devices, some times it is just the luck of the draw it seems. They're both great products IMO, but I definitely like my G Pad way more than any Galaxy Tab I ever had.

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