A new, still unannounced Samsung tablet has been caught at the FCC. Marked as the SM-T320, this could be the upcoming Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4, which could either be a mid- or high-end tablet.
If there were no for the Galaxy Note 8.0, we would be certain this is a high-end device. Since that’s not the case, we think the Tab Pro 8.4 won’t target users in the top-end of the market. That said, it may use an LCD- rather than AMOLED-based screen, with the latter being reserved for pricier tablets.
FCC’s filing isn’t that revealing, unfortunately. All we know is that the SM-T320 will support Bluetooth LE and Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac connectivity. In addition, it will have a camera with flash on the back, and… that’s about it.
It is said that Samsung will launch this tablet (and few other models, we would assume) in February, most likely during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. We’ll let you know when we have something new to add. Stay tuned…