Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 on horizon after clues

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Earlier on, we told you about a fantastic offer for the popular Nexus 7 2013 model. However, if you are looking for something even cheaper during the 2014 sales, you may want to give the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7-inch another try.

We have spotted that Best Buy are currently offering this tablet for an unbeatable price, which is surprising since the tablet was already on sale for under $200 during the holiday sales. Now though, head to Best Buy’s listing here and you’ll see the Galaxy Tab 3 with a crazy $139.99 price tag.

As far as we’re aware, this is the best price anywhere for this tablet period. It could also be the biggest hint that we’re going to be seeing Samsung announce the Galaxy Tab 4 as well – otherwise, why else would Best Buy be keen to remove so much Galaxy Tab 3 stock with such a low price?

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To give you a reminder of Galaxy Tab 3 specs, it’s still a very capable device. It features a 7-inch display, with a 1.2Ghz dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 3.15MP rear camera and MicroSD support to bump up memory to 64GB.

Those features are more than fine for the average consumer, and at just $140 you really cannot complain at all. Then again, it’s also $140 that you could put towards the Galaxy Tab 4 when Samsung announces it – a tablet that is very likely to come with a top range quad-core or Octa chip, 3GB of RAM and the latest version of Android 4.4 Kitkat.

What is your reaction to Best Buy’s stupidly low price for the Galaxy Tab 3? Do you agree that is it a clear indication that the Galaxy Tab 4 is just around the corner?

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  • jimmy

    No

  • Roberto Tomás

    “To give you a reminder of Galaxy Tab 3 specs, it’s still a very capable device. It features a 7-inch display, with a 1.2Ghz dual core processor,”

    a 1.2 dual is very capable to you? it is like 4 years old. Samsung went from dual to quad, then from quad to 4+4 octo, then to 4+4 octo that can run all 8 at once in non-android os … meanwhile this is still way back in like 4-5 yr old territory.