Samsung’s UAProf site revealed that a new high-end tablet with a 2560 x 1600 display is in the works from the Korean giant. The device may be the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus.
There have been numerous rumors floating around on Samsung’s alleged next line of Galaxy Tabs, but we’re still in a fog as to what exactly is Sammy planning for the series.
According to a report, we could be seeing Super AMOLED Full HD panels on the rumored Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus at IFA in Germany this year.
Anyone remember the alleged third-gen Samsung Galaxy Tabs that were furiously making the rumor rounds a while back? They’ve really fallen off the radar lately, making us think they were never real to begin with.
The Galaxy Note 8.0 won’t be the only new Samsung tablet in Android town, as the Korean has lined up several Galaxy Tab 3 tabs. Joining the series is the LTE-enabled 10.1-inch (2,560 x 1,600 resolution) Galaxy Tab 3 Plus.
Techkiddy has managed to delve into Samsung’s User Agent profiles, the results of which confirm that there will be three variants of the Galaxy Tab 3 heading our way.
Though some of the recent reports involving Samsung’s upcoming line of tablets have been a bit confusing, things are starting to clear up. We’re still not 100% sure how many new slates Sammy will bring to light during Q1 2013, but the Note 8.0, Tab 3 10.1 and Tab 3 Plus seem set in stone.