Samsung Unveiled its mid range tablet series of Galaxy Tab 4 on Tuesday in 3 variants of 7, 8 and 10.1 Most specs for the three Tabs are similar in terms of what is under the hood, there is a Quad-core 1.2 GHz Processor, runs on Android Kitkat 4.4, connectivity with WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n, WiFi Direct, Blue tooth 4.0, USB2.0, LTE, 3G, 2G, Camera 3MP FF + 1.3 MP, GPS & GLONASS, 16GB Internal Memory and external Memory expandable up to 64GB.
While the differences between the siblings is mostly in terms of size of the display as expected with a 10.1 inch WXGA 1280×800, 8.0 inch WXGA (1280 X 800), 7.0 inch WXGA (1280 X 800) and thus percolating down to its dimensions and weights of 10.1 Tab 4 at 243.4 x 176.4 x 7.95mm, weighing 487g, while 8.0 Tab 4 at 124.0 x 210.0 x 7.95mm, 320g and the 7.0 Tab 4 at 107.9 x 186.9 x 9 mm, 276g. Similarly there are differences in the Battery capacities too where the 10.1 in tab holds a 6800mAh battery, the 8.0 tab is equipped with a 4450mAh battery and the 7.0 inch has a similar battery as its predecessor.
The Screen size differences though give a distinctly higher pixel density for the 7.0 Tab though it still supports the same 1200×800 resolution, another difference in the 7.0 tab is that it is also going to be released in two variants with 16GB internal memory and has LTE optional connectivity while another with only 8GB would also be available but would only have 3G and WiFi connectivity and expandable to 32 GB through the External Micro SD.
Ofcourse there are the regular set of Samsung apps that are packed/ included with the Tabs like ChatON, MultiWindow, Samsung Kies, Samsung Apps, Group Play, Samsung Link and Google apps like Hangout, Google+, Gmail, Chrome, Google Play, Google Maps, Play Music, Play Movies&TV, Play Books, Play Newsstand, Play Games, Drive, YouTube, Photos etc.
The availability and would be in Black and White colors and shipped globally around beginning of the Second Quarter 2014.