The Galaxy Tab 4 series tablets aren’t much of an upgrade over the Tab 3 from the sounds of it, but they could still be more than capable as entry-level devices — at least if the price is right. For those looking for more power under the hood, Samsung will likely continue to push its TabPro and NotePro offerings.
The Galaxy Tab 4 series will come in 7-in, 8-in, and 10.1-in models, aptly branded as the Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, Galaxy Tab 4 8.0, and Galaxy Tab 4 10.1. The biggest compromise here is probably their 1280 x 800 screens. On the 10.1-in model, that comes out to a mere 150 pixels per inch (PPI) – a far cry from the sharp 299 PPI screen found on its high-end equivalent, the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 .
Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 has the biggest display among the three devices with a screen size of 10.1 inch. But the disappointing part is that it also retains the same specs — 1280 x 800 resolution, 1.2 GHz quad core processor, 1.5 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage. The device is powered by a 6,800mAh battery.