Samsung’s portfolio of devices is surely a well-guarded secret and having it all leak out is a dubious affair, but in this case the source is SamMobile, a relatively trustworthy publication, and it brings some good news. In 2013, Samsung is allegedly planning to bring an 8-inch Galaxy Tab tablet with a 1080p screen and an 11-inch Android slate with an octa-core chip. These are just some of the Samsung tablets that will get released throughout the year, and here is the full list along with the rumoured
specifications:
Samsung Galaxy Tab DUOS 7.0 (nearly identical to the just announced Galaxy Tab 3.0)
– 7.0” PLS LCD 600 x 1024 pixel screen
– 3 Megapixel (rear camera)
– 2 Megapixel (front)
– dual-core processor
– dual-SIM
– microSD 32GB
Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.0
– 8.0” AMOLED 1080p screen
– 5 Megapixel (rear camera)
– 2 Megapixel (front)
– quad-core A9 chip (Exynos 4412)
– microSD 64GB
* Samsung need to solve AMOLED burning problem first.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 11
– 11” Super PLS TFT screen
– 8 Megapixel (rear camera)
– 2 Megapixel (front)
– dual-core A15 chip (Exynos 5250)
– microSD 64GB
NEXUS 11*
– 11” Super PLS TFT screen
– 8 Megapixel (rear camera)
– 2 Megapixel (front)
– octa-core A15 / A7 big.LITTLE chip (Exynos 5410)
– microSD 64 GB
* Needs to get approvement from Google If true, Samsung will have quite a solid standing in tablet this year. Being the first with a 1080p compact tablet will obviously be a huge advantage as that market grows tremendously quickly, and a possible new Nexus 11 could become the world’s first octa-core tablet. Also, development of the second generation Galaxy Note 10.1 might have slowed down or have been canceled completely due to weak sales of the tablet.

TechWrapZA

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