It’s no secret that Samsung is planning a big tablet push this year. The South Korean company already unveiled four new high-end tablets, plus a fifth one that’s targeted at users on a budget. And more are yet to come.
Not long after we discovered the existence of the SM-T535, SM-T531 and SM-T530, now another previously unannounced Samsung device caught our attention: the SM-T330. This was approved by the Bluetooth SIG today, and that’s how we know it’s a tablet.
The SM-T330 also popped up at Zauba (the Indian import-export database that keeps on revealing new devices lately), where we can see that it has an 8-inch display.
SM-T330 is a model number that’s related to the SM-T310 / SM-T311 / SM-T315 (this is the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 launched in 2013) and the SM-T320 / SM-T325 (this is the new Galaxy TabPRO 8.4 announced earlier in January at CES).
SammyToday argues that the SM-T330 could be released as the Galaxy Tab 4 8.0. We’ll add that the new slate may have an AMOLED display – since Samsung seems to be ready to start mass-producing AMOLED panels for tablets next month. Of course, this is pure speculation. But perhaps we’re going to see some of Samsung’s alleged new tablets at MWC 2014 in late February – and we’ll know more then.
Source : PhoneArena