Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 Leaked by the FCC Ahead of CES

Oh, the Unites States’ Federal Communication Commission (FCC), how we love you. When you aren’t levying fines on shows for saying naughty words or meticulously going over Miley Cyrus’ latests video searching for a nip slip, you are accidentally leaking major devices ahead of their announcement. Earlier this week, FCC documents appear to show that the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 has gone through the final regulations it needs before being shown to the public.

Technology Tell who it should be noted, looks to have done a bang-up job of journalism, has uncovered that the documents listed on the FCC website that discuss a Samsung deviceSM-T320” can be linked to data from the India based Import/Export site Zauba. The FCC documents don’t reveal much about the device other than it is being prepared to be shown off to the public, with Samsung applying for an “exhibit” licence for the device. The information about the “Samsung SM-T320” on  Zauba is a bit more telling however, listing the device as having a 8.3 inch screen. 8.3 inch screens are extremely rare in the smart device world, so it is highly unlikely that the device would be anything but Samsung’s next Galaxy Tab device.

With the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) coming up in just a few days (January 7th) it is nearly impossible not to assume the device will be displayed there. We might not know much about the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 but it appears we now know its when it will be revealed. We will have more information as it breaks.

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