Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus – Galaxy Tab 7.7’s Successor?
We don’t need to look at the calendar to figure out that we’re just a few days away from entering the second quarter of the year, and with that in mind, we know there are still a lot of gadgets that are going to be released at a later stage in the year.
So far, the spotlight has been on handsets such as the Xperia Z, the LG Optimus G Pro, the HTC One, and more recently on the Samsung Galaxy S4. The latter is definitely one of the most sought-after gadgets of the year, and now that it’s been unveiled we’re all wondering what other goodies Samsung might plan to deliver by the end of 2013.
We’re expecting the Note 3 to hit the shelves as well, and more recently we’ve stumbled across some interesting bits of information concerning one of Samsung’s upcoming tablets.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus
Sources of Sam Mobile have recently revealed some interesting aspects regarding the alleged Galaxy Tab 3 Plus tablet that’s expected to be unveiled at IFA 2013 in Berlin, alongside the mysterious Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
Allegedly, Samsung might’ve switched gears in terms of displays, and according to these latest rumors, the Tab 3 Plus will arrive with a Super AMOLED display, same as the Tab 7.7 did a couple of years ago. The Tab 7.7 has been the company’s first and only Super AMOLED-equipped tablet and ever since then we’ve seen only TFT/LCD displays on Samsung’s slates.
Now, according to these claims, the Korean manufacturer might go back to its roots. As far as the size of the tablet goes, obviously nothing has been confirmed, but sources speculate that the device might pack either a 10.1 or an 11.6 inch panel. Last but not least, the tablet will supposedly pack Samsung’s Exynos 5 CPU, but it’s unclear whether or not the sources were referring to the dual-core Exynos 5 powering the Nexus 10, or the Exynos 5 Octa.
Any thoughts regarding the matter?
Thanks Sam Mobile for the heads-up regarding the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus.