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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0 and 10.1 Renders Leaked En Route to Verizon

Renders for two models of the Galaxy Tab 4, the 8.0 and the 10.1, both headed for Verizon’s network have been leaked by @evleaks this morning. The Samsung tablets were announced by the manufacturer on April 1, with global pre-orders beginning April 24, but at the time, no clues were dropped as to which exact US carriers they would be seen on.

Now that time has passed, it appears both tablets will come packed with 4G LTE radios on Big Red, likely with the ability to take advantage of the network’s new XLTE bandwidth. 

Both tablets feature a 1280 x 800 resolution display, 1.4GHz quad-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM, 3MP rear-facing camera, 1.3MP front-facing camera, 4,000+mAh battery, and come running Android 4.4.

The specifications will not blow you out of the water, so don’t expect the Galaxy Tab 4 series to be priced out of reach.

When they become official, which should be very soon, we will let you know.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Verizon 2

Via: @evleaks [2]
  • M3D1T8R

    Very low end specs, for what I’m sure Verizon will charge some ripoff price for, and naturally Samsung continues to stubbornly stick with their terrible obsolete buttons. Let me know when Samsung realizes it’s not 2011 any more.

    • hkklife

      Low-end specs, true, but they are still Qualcomm-based and a notch above the old Tab 3 models. And all the Tab 4s are running KitKat, which says something. Display resolution on the 8″ and 10.1″ models hasn’t changed but the panels definitely look more vibrant (at least on the Wi-Fi models I have used). The Tab 4 models also feel a lot better in the hand than the Tab 3s (which were a huge improvement over the Tab 2 line). I still would never buy a tablet on contract or from a carrier, however!
      P.S. Ironically, as far as your comment about 2011 is concerned, Samsung’s 2011 & 2012 Galaxy Tab line had virtual buttons! They went to physical + capacitive on the 2013 Tab 3 to make them uniform with their phones!

  • Arthur Dent

    Did any more information on LG’s new G Pads ever come out?

  • droidify

    At least it doesn’t have the dimpled back.

    • The Narrator

      fleather isn’t any better

      • Arthur Dent

        fleather with a massive Verizon logo … ATTRACTIVE!!!


        It’s like a carrier tramp stamp.

      • droidify

        I was trying to be positive. It can be a difficult task with Verizon in the headline.

    • It does, the Verizon logo just covers it all up.