The Samsung SM-T320 has been spotted at the US FCC database. The device is rumoured to be the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4, one of the Korean tech giant’s new tablets.
PhoneArena spotted the listing. According to the site, “Yet another Samsung tablet has been approved by the FCC – the Samsung SM-T320. This is one of the several upcoming tablets expected to be announced by Samsung in early 2014. If rumors are to be trusted, this particular device should be known as the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 once it is released and it could be positioned in the upper mid-range or high-end tablet segment.
“As the name implies, we're dealing with a slate sporting an 8.4-inch screen. The FCC filing for the SM-T320 does not reaffirm this claim, but cargo data from the Indian agency Zauba does. And besides, the physical size of the device seems suitable for a display of this diagonal size. Further hardware and software specs aren't being listed, although we do know that this Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 should support Bluetooth LE and Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac. Also, there appears to be a camera with flash on the tablet's back, as seen in the drawing below.”
So when do we get to see the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 in the flesh? We’re likely to first see the tablet at MWC 2014 in Barcelona. The event will be held in February.