All three are powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and Android 4.4 KitKat software. They connect to the Web via 4G, with 3G versions for the 10 and 7-inch models that will probably save you a few pennies. Prices and release dates are yet to be confirmed.
Each Tab 4 has 16GB of storage on board, or you can opt for an 8GB version of the 7-inch model.
The trio all include a 3-megapixel snapper coupled with a low-resolution camera for video chat. The tablets come decked out in a choice of black or white cases.
All three models boast a 1,280x800 screen, which means the smallest 7-inch model has the best pixel density: 215 pixels per inch, compared to the 8-incher's 188ppi or the 10-incher's 149ppi.
Replacing the Galaxy Tab 3, the Tab4 slates join Samsung's current line-up of variously-sized Galaxy Tab devices, not to mention the assorted entries in the NotePro and TabPro ranges. Well, you can't say we're not spoiled for choice...