What was already shaping up to be an extremely intriguing and crowded CES 2014 show is about to become jam-packed with breathtaking mobile devices, as one of Samsung’s highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 has paid FCC a final visit before it can break cover once and for all.
At first, the SM-T320 model number carried by this fresh slate is unlikely to ring any bells. Upon further digging however, the gizmo’s identity is fairly easy to guess, as the infamous Indian tracking website Zauba lists it sporting an 8.4-inch screen.
Not exactly a conventional form factor in the Android landscape, but coincidentally (or not), the same size as the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 mentioned in a recent report. Ergo, the SM-T320 and GTab Pro 8.4 are most definitely one and the same.
Too bad the FCC reveals so few of the little guy’s features, namely just its Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support. Optional cellular connectivity should also be in the cards, whereas the price cited by Zauba (Rs. 34,941, or roughly $560) suggests we’re dealing with a top-shelf slab of silicon. Upper mid-range, at worst. Fingers crossed for quad-core power and a Full HD panel, right?
Interestingly, the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is not only expected to be formally introduced very early in the year 2014, but also start selling soon. As soon as late January. Way to get the ball rolling, Sammy.