Looks like we’re receiving a lot of tablet specific news from Samsung this month. Earlier this month, we reported that the South Korean giant has started its work on their next-generation mid-range tablets and today, we informed you guys that the upcoming tablets from Samsung would sport screens with a relatively squarer 4:3 aspect ratio. Now, a new tablet from Samsung, the SM-T239, has surfaced on the Internet. The yet unannounced tablet is listed on Zauba, a website which maintains Indian import/export records, with a price per unit of INR 6,444 (~ $104). The device, which has been imported into India for testing and evaluation purpose, appears to have a 7-inch screen and a single SIM card slot, which could be used to connect to the Internet on the go, or for voice calls. We are not sure whether it would be a successor to the Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, even though it might be launched as a mid-range device.