A Samsung Tablet With Model Number SM-T805 Hits the FCC with 10.5-inch Display; Galaxy Tab 4 10?



Samsung has been stepping up their game when it comes to tablets in these last few months with the Galaxy Tab Pro line showing the world that Samsung still has what it takes when it comes to tablets. Last year's Galaxy Tab 3 line was a little disappointing to say the least, with the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 delivering a lackluster 1280 x 800 display and some mediocre performance. Still, we suppose that's what the Galaxy Tab Pro line is for, but it would be nice to see something better from Samsung for everyone.


A Galaxy Tab 4 lineup can't be too far away now, as we've seen a number of leaks hit the web already, with a 7-inch version making itself known in renders and more. Now, it looks like it's the turn for a potential Galaxy Tab 4 10 to get outed, this time by the FCC. A device with the model number of SM-T805 has passed through the Federal Commission and features a 10.5-inch display and an Exynos 5 Octa system-on-chip. Where things get a little more interesting, as PhoneArena discovered in Zauba listings, is that the SM-T805 sports a pretty powerful Octa-Core CPU with 3GB of RAM and a display resolution of 2560 x 1600 to boot. This has caused speculation that this 10.5-inch tablet might be another Galaxy Tab Pro, but then again isn't the line saturated enough? With an 8.4-inch option, 10.1-inch and 12.2-inch option is there really any need for a 10.5-inch model?

Instead, we're thinking that the Galaxy Tab 4 10 is going to be more of a higher-end device that will still appeal to everyone, but at a higher price. Which could mean that a Galaxy Tab 10.5 Lite might be appearing as well, only time will tell. One thing's for sure though, Samsung is playing an interesting game with their tablets as of late, almost flooding the market with options. If they're all as good as the Galaxy Tab Pro line though, we doubt consumers will be bothered in the slightest.

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