While Samsung hasn’t made an official announcement, a new Galaxy tablet has surfaced on US certification agency FCC’s website.
The new tablet, bearing model number Samsung SM-T320, is expected to be called the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 and positioned as a high-end tablet.
The listing does not reveal much except that the tablet would support Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth, and have a rear camera.
Import data from Indian agency Zauba reveals that the tablet, imported from Korea for testing, would feature an 8.4-inch screen, it suggests that the tablet could be positioned as a premium offering.
The report says that the tablet will be unveiled mid-February, which implies that Samsung is likely to showcase it at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
Samsung is also expected to unveil its second-generation Galaxy Gear smartwatch, two phablets and its first health-band at MWC.