Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 design concept brings the tablet's FCC drawings to life
Chinese designer website MovePlayer.net 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: MovePlayer.net via SamMobile