Samsung Tablets 2014

(Last updated: December 5. Now counting 14 new Samsung tablets for 2014, including 1 unofficial one.)
Samsung Tablets 2014

Samsung isn't resting on its laurels in 2014, but now seem even more poised than in previous years in its effort to increase Samsung market share in the worldwide tablet computer market. And 2014 have been off to a good start as far as Samsung tablets are concerned. Below we have listed all the 2014 Samsung tablets, from the latest to the upcoming ones. We have sorted the 2014 Samsung tablets by release date, with the newest releases on top.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5
The 2560 x 1600 Super AMOLED tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 was launched on June 12, and is now considered the best Android tablet on the market, alongside the smaller 8.4 model. In addition to the best display of any tablet on the market, it also have Samsung's octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, and more features and content than any other tablet in the world.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 AMOLED Tablet
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 AMOLED Tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4
The Super AMOLED tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 is the best 8-inch Android tablet on the market, and have identical specs to that of the 10.5 model, apart from the size differences. This means 2560 x 1600 resolution, Samsung's octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, and more features and content than any other tablet line. And the price is good too.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4

Samsung Galaxy W / Samsung Galaxy Tab Q
A 7-inch phablet/tablet phone launched in South Korea on June 2. With LTE-A support, 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1280 x 800 resolution display, 1.5GB RAM, dual cameras, and multitasking features. A US release is expected at some point in 2014.

Samsung Galaxy W SM-T2558 phablet
Samsung Galaxy W

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0
Features a quad-core processor, Android 4.4, 1.5GB of RAM, and has multitasking abilities.
One of the more interesting 7-inch Android tablets this year. Release date: May 1, 2014.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0
The 8-inch model in the Tab 4 line generally has the same specs as the 7-inch model does, apart from a larger battery.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1
Even the 10.1-inch model in this seris have the same processor, RAM, and 1280 x 800 display resolution that the other two tablets in the Tab 4 series does. But it does carry a larger battery of course, since it has a larger screen that requires more battery too.

Samsung Galaxy Tab4 10.1
Samsung Galaxy Tab4 10.1

Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2
The largest Android tablet to date, and not just by Samsung. Choice of high-end octa-core or quad-core processors, 3GB of RAM, outstanding multitasking abilities, integrated S Pen stylus, and a 2560 x 1600 resolution display. Release in February from $749.

Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 SM-P900
Samsung Galaxy Note PRO 12.2

Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 8.4
With this tablet, Samsung crowns the 8-inch Android tablet category, just ahead of LG G Pad 8.3 and Kindle Fire HDX 8.9. With a quad-core 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor, 2560 x 1600 resolution, the latest Android 4.4, $800 worth of features, and the best multitasking ability of any 8-inch tablet. it's a real winner. Release in February at $399.

Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 8.4
Samsung Galaxy Tab PRO 8.4

Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 10.1
This 10-inch Android tablet have similar high-end specs as the larger 12.2-inch Tab Pro, but with a smaller 10.1-inch screen and smaller price at $499. The Samsung Galaxy Tab PRO 10.1 is also released in February, in black or white.

Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 10.1
Samsung Galaxy Tab PRO 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Garnet Red
Samsung brought back the Garnet Red edition to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, as we had first seen on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 last year, also around Valentine's Day.
Released in February, and throughout February it can be bought as the “Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Garnet Red Tablet Bundle” which will then include 3 months worth of free Netflix, a free 3 month Hulu Plus membership, along with 12 months free Boingo Wi-Fi access in North America. Included in the $199 prices is a garnet red tablet case for the red Samsung Galaxy Tab 3.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Garnet Red Edition 2014
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Garnet Red Edition 2014

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite
The first new 7-inch Android tablet by Samsung in 2014. Released in February with a MSRP of $159. The specs puts it in the budget tablet category, so this is mostly a tablet for those who doesn't need things like dual cameras, high screen resolution, or the fastest processor.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite Kids Edition
The “kids tablet” edition of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite.
Comes with baby blue or sweetheart pink color options, kids mode parental control, and various education and childrens entertainment features.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite Kids Edition
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite Kids Edition

Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 12.2
One of Samsung's first two 12.2-inch Android tablets. It has specs like octa-core or quad-core processors for the Wi-Fi/3G or 4G LTE models respectively, a high 2560 x 1600 resolution, 3GB of RAM, and only cost $649 in the US. It will be released in March 2014, just weeks after almost identical NotePRO.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active
Samsung's first water and dust resistant tablet. Not for the outdoors, but for business use during delivery and cosntruction among other things.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active
Samsung Galaxy Tab Active

In addition there are currently 2 unofficial upcoming Samsung tablets in the pipeline. These are the 13.3-inch Android tablet codenamed “Warhol”, which have a 2560 x 1600 resolution, and the rugged waterproof Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Active:

Warhol
Samsung 13.3 Android Tablet

For 2015, a prototype of a foldable tablet that can fold the screen twice from a 8/9-inch tablet into a 4/5-inch smartphone have been rumored to undergo development.

– Jim Miller