Samsung being Samsung, it can’t just settle with tackling the high-end tablet market niche thanks to the outstanding but slightly overpriced Galaxy Tab Pro – Note Pro line or go for users on extremely tight budgets with the meager GTab 3 Lite.  The Koreans also need something in between, to offer affordability and above average hardware, up-to-date software and decent looks. Enter the Galaxy Tab 4 family, whose members have made a couple of appearances at regulatory agencies of late, being now fully detailed. By unofficial sources, mind you, so technically, they’re still covert. Assuming we’re indeed dealing with legit information, there will be three fourth-generation GTabs outed before long — a 7, 8 and 10 incher. The first is of course the most modest, packing a mystery 1.2 GHz quad-core chip, a scanty 1 GB RAM, 8 GB on-board storage, and an average 4,450 mAh battery. Good thing you’ll get pre-loaded Android 4.4 KitKat, otherwise it’d be almost impossible to distinguish the new 7-incher from the old one. Oh, wait, the display is upgraded too, from 1,024 x 600 pixels to 1,280 x 800 (ignore the comparison chart here, the panels are not identical). Meanwhile, the Tab 4 8.0 is not very different from its little brother. In fact, most of the hardware is exactly alike, save for the beefier 6,800 mAh ticker, and marginally bumped up 1.5 GB RAM in an LTE-enabled flavor. Finally, the 10.1-incher oddly clocks in at the same 1,280 x 800 pixels resolution for a horrendous ppi I don’t even want to calculate. Also, it still clocks a 1.2 GHz quad-core CPU! Come on, Sammy, you can do better than that for your so-called head of the household. Well, at least the rear camera is comparatively impressive, at 8 MP, the 1.5 GB RAM is standard, not depending on connectivity options, and Android 4.4 KitKat runs the software show. 6,800 mAh battery: definitely a typo or a sign this whole thing is a hoax? Thoughts welcome. Via [Phone Arena]