has more or less worked on delivering a tablet for every tier of users, ranging from the entry level to the mid-range and all the way to the high end. In a bunch of new FCC filings, one of them showed off a tablet that had the model number SM-T805, which so happened to be a similar model number that appeared on a UAProf listing recently, where it allegedly comes with a 2,560 x 1,600 resolution display alongside Android 4.4 KitKat as the operating system of choice.

This could very well point to a high end Galaxy Tab device, with the whispers of a 10.5” AMOLED display on this particular tablet ring with greater conviction. Apart from that, there is also another series of FCC files that point to a Samsung device with the model number SM-T801, where an intelligent guess points it to be a variant of the SM-T805. We would also like to go out on a limb here and claim that this 10.5-inch tablet will feature Wi-Fi, 3G, and LTE versions.

Could this be the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4.0 that is in the works, or is it another tablet altogether? Only time will be able to tell, and there is also the possibility of it being a smaller sized Galaxy Tab 4.0 which was leaked by @evleaks just as recently as yesterday.

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