Samsung hasn't made any official announcements regarding a fourth generation of Galaxy Tab products, but if the fine print on one of the company's own web pages is accurate, there's a trio of new tablets in the works.
On the official promo page for the Samsung Gear Fit, Samsung says that its new wearable is compatible with 20 different devices, including the Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Mega 6.3. At the end of that list is the name "Galaxy Tab4" along with 7.0, 8.0 and 10.1 screen sizes, which just so happen to be the same three sizes that the Galaxy Tab 3 launched with.
There aren't any details available about these new Galaxy Tab models besides the three screen size options, but hey, at least we've got that much. Here's to hoping that since Samsung slipped up and added the Galaxy Tab 4 to its Gear Fit compatibility list, that means that the new slates are pretty far along in their development and that an announcement will be coming along soon. The 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 officially debuted in late April 2013, so it's certainly possible that we could be introduced to at least one of these Galaxy Tab 4 models in the near future.
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