The rumoured Samsung mid-range phablet, which has popped up at various certification websites over this month, has now been spotted at the Bluetooth SIG (Special Interest Group) site.
Samsung's mystery device, codenamed SM-G7102, made its first appearance at the US government-owned FCC (Federal Communication Commission). A few days later, an Asian variant - SM-G7106 - passed TENNA; Chinese governed telecom authority certifications.
Technology website Blog of Mobile claims the speculated Samsung phablet will have an LTE variant, with code name SM-G7105, which is heading towards the Europe market.
Apart from network connectivity, the specifications of the device is said to remain the same, across all markets. The upcoming phablet is expected to be 147.0 mm tall, 75.1 mm wide, featuring a 5.25-inch (diagonal) HD (720x1280p) LCD display and running the Android v4.3 Jelly Bean with 1.5GB RAM capacity.
Other specs include a quad-core processor with maximum CPU speed of 1.2GHz, 8.0-megapixel main camera with CMOS and BSI sensor, a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera (also features CMOS sensor), and basic connectivity features like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPRS/EDGE.
Samsung is still silent, regarding rumours of this new mid-range phablet, but considering the serial leaks of specifications this month, the launch seems to be just around the corner.