Samsung has confirmed the existence of a new Galaxy Tab 4 lineup on its own website ahead of the tablet’s official unveiling. The device, which will be available in 7-, 8-, and 10.1-inch variants, is mentioned in a list of devices compatible with the new Galaxy Gear Fit health tracker.
We’ve known the Galaxy Tab 4 is part of Samsung’s upcoming plans for several weeks, with some reports claiming the device would be announced alongside the Galaxy S5 and new Galaxy Gears at Mobile World Congress last week. So, we’re not too surprised to see it mentioned on Samsung’s website.
However, it is unusual for the South Korean company to accidentally leak its own products before making them official. The graphic appears to have been removed from the site now, but not before French site PlaneteGalaxy obtained the above copy of it.
The Galaxy Gear Fit will go on sale later this month, and we expect the Galaxy Tab 4 to be announced before then. The wearable will also be compatible with several Galaxy S and Galaxy Note smartphones, the Galaxy Mega, and the Galaxy TabPRO.