Samsung readying 3 stunning tablets, among them is the 13.3-inch “Warhol”

May 12, 2014

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Samsung is fearless when it comes to taking risks, which often puts its products in very unique categories. The Korean manufacturer is said to be stepping into new territory (again) very soon. Three stunning tablets have just been leaked and they will be Samsung’s creme de la creme.

Code-named “Klimt”, “Chagall” and “Warhol”, the upcoming devices’ screens are said to measure in at 8.4″, 10.5″ and 13.3″ respectively. While they will all boast different sizes, none will sacrifice in screen quality. If the leak proves to be real, all tablets will have a WQHD screen (otherwise known as QHD), with 2560x1440p resolution.

Also important to note is the fact the “Warhol” will carry the biggest display found on any Samsung tablet. Such a device would further blur the line between netbooks and pads. It could prove to be a much better media device than an average tablet, as well as a more portable alternative to a small laptop.

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Two versions of each model are in the works, one being WiFi-only and the other offering cellular data connectivity. The leaked table specifies “3G” connectivity, but this might just be a non-specific way to state the device will have cellular antennas. We somehow doubt such high-end tablets would be limited to 3G speeds.

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Other specs are still a mystery, but we wouldn’t be too surprised if these new Samsung tablets are as powerful as the recently-leaked Samsung Galaxy Tablet S, which could very well be the 10.5-inch Chagall. If this proves true, we could get an octa-core Exynos processor, 3 GB of RAM, an 8 MP rear-facing camera and even a fingerprint reader.

We don’t know a lot about these upcoming tablets just yet, but we’ll be sure to keep our eyes out for more details as they arrive.

Comments

  • Timothy Bibbs

    You know what sinks? When you get the best thing on the market.( I got a Samsung galaxy note 8 for Christmas) and something better always comes out a month later. Whatever. Im just saving up for an alienware right now.

    • Jayfeather787

      No!! Do not buy an Alienware anything ever!!!
      If you want a desktop, build it yourself. It is not that hard, and it is far cheaper.
      If it is a laptop, get something besides an alienware it does not matter.
      https://www.system76.com/laptops/

      • Marsg

        I agree, 1,400 for a rig with a gtx 760 is way overpriced,
        Just made a quick part list, and came up to 1,387 (with out windows)
        Asus-Z86 Pro
        i5-4670k
        Evga gtx 780 ACX
        16gb Corsair Vengeance 1600 RAM
        Samsung 840 EVO 120gb SSD
        Seagate Barracuda 1TB
        http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3IXe5

        You could also get Windows 8.1 pro for 70 bucks if you are a student
        Edit: you could also get it much cheaper if you go with other retailers, through rebates but i hate doing rebates and I like Amazon more than the rest.

        • Jayfeather787

          That’s an excellent price. Well done. Very nice rig.

    • Brian Wags

      Bibbs. Don’t bother with Alienware. As Jay said, build yourself one. If you really want to buy one, look at Digital Storm. http://www.digitalstormonline.com/gaming-desktops.asp.. Just sayin’

    • MasterMuffin

      But where does it sink? :D

  • Timothy Bibbs

    But this tablet does seem to take the best of samsung

  • Brandon Power
    • Jayfeather787

      I love how you almost always comment with gifs. That’s so awesome.

    • xperiaDROID

      I wonder how’s your reaction when Samsung make a 15 inch tablet.

      • Shubham Singh

        @brandonpower:disqus we need another gif buddy

  • Dylan Azari

    I just bought a Note Pro 12.2 64GB for $850 a month ago! Might sell it for the 13.3.

    • Marsg

      3 months after that a new one will be released with a CPU and GPU slightly over clocked by 100mhz with about 1/100 of a speed difference in real world tests, you’ll go broke trying to keep up lol.

    • Gina Ladner

      How do you like the 12.2 version? I’m looking at replacing my laptop after it bit the dust last week. Thanks.

      • Dylan Azari

        I love it. It is a very fast tablet. I don’t even hardly see lag. Only when running a huge load of applications. At first it felt heavy but now it feels like a feather especially for it’s massive size. I also bought an Anker Bluetooth Keyboard on Amazon for it and it works like a charm. I spent $850 including tax for mine because it was 64GB now you can get the 64GB on sale for $800 including tax. The 32GB is $700 including tax.

  • nhu

    So close to replacing my laptop! :)

  • mustbepbs

    3 MORE TABLETS?!

    Seriously Samsung. You’ve released too many tablets in a very short period of time. Stahp.

    • childoftime

      I just wish they’d release one, just one, without that stupid hardware button in the middle. They’ve done it before (Nexus 10) but I bet you they think that’s what sets them apart from the others :(

    • Rick jaan

      galaxy flood and now tab tornadoes …. lol

  • Rick jaan

    i ll wait for 8.4 amoled tab……….

  • wat

    13.3″ needs to be Windows 8.1 and Wacom…..

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  • Hanna Alex

    just wish they’d release one, just one, without that stupid hardware button in the middle. They’ve done it before (Nexus 10) but I bet you they think that’s what sets them apart from the others .:-)

    • xdapao3

      Sure, much better to have the effing STUPID *THREE* virtual buttons taking up and wasting a WHOLE ROW of very precious vertical space (when in landscape) right..?

      As long as they go with a 16:10 aspect ratio and/or with the MORONIC *THREE* virtual buttons taking up and wasting a WHOLE ROW, I’d MUCH rather have physical buttons, thank you.

      Samsung is one of the very few remaining companies doing things that make sense, like REMOVABLE BATTERIES, additional external storage and, in this case, physical buttons. The rest just make useless toys for clueless light users.

      • wurst

        1. There are NO removable batteries on tablets!
        2. On my non-Samsung devices there are NO virtual buttons. NO space-wasting navigation bar. Why? Because I’m a man and root my devices and install GMD Gesture Control!

        • xdapao3

          1. I was talking in general about Samsung’s design philosophy.
          2. I used to love GMD Gesture Control, I have later switched to LMT (the best Pie-style control) and since Xposed and its awesome modules I am using Additions.
          Since the Note series I am not interested in any other smartphone (they simply ARE NOT smartphones to me…) but I have gone through A LOT of tablets from different makers and, leaving aside the other considerations, buttons (both physical and virtual) do grant quicker access to basic navigation than gestures and other alternatives like the PIE.

          (BTW, my current tablet is a Note Pro 12.2 LTE and I L-O-V-E it, if it was lighter (it is for its size though) I would have finally found my perfect tablet!)

  • Sergio Rainor

    I hope they come with 32 Gb at least, and a micro SD card.

  • Vince Collier

    With names like that, I hope they are planning on coming with s-pens.

  • zero

    Samsung Tablets software updates slow like hell My original Note 10 is still JB 4.1.2 when some samsung midrange phone already 4.3 or even Kitkat 4.4

  • apianist16

    I will never plunk out hard-earned cash for an Exynos tablet. Just admit it Samsung, your chips pale in comparison to Qualcomm.

  • Bobby Bryla

    Hold on here… I have a Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition, 10.1″ with 2560×1600. So the 13.3 is actually a step down in total pixels and PPI. Even the 12.2 just released is only 2560×1600. Both of them should be a HIGHER PPI. Right?

  • Brian Dong Min Kim

    I just got my Note 10.1 2014 edition… I wish my tab has an SAMOLED Display..