With Android devices eating away at Apple’s dominance of the tablet market, there has been a lot of talk about when Samsung might announce details about their next tablet. Well, Greek site Techblog has apparently leaked the specs of the rumored Galaxy Tab 3 series, which might help Samsung usurp Apple’s leading position.

The Galaxy Tab 3 looks like it will come in two versions, the Tab 3 10.1 and Tab 3 8.0. The initial differences between the two versions are mainly the screen sizes, although the 10.1 model obviously has a larger battery than the 8-incher.

Design-wise, the image that Techblog supplied along with the supposed specs of the two Galaxy Tab 3 models suggests that Samsung will go for the rounded edges look of the Galaxy Note 8 and the Note 10.1.

According to the leak, the Galaxy Tab 3 is set to be powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and feature 16GB of internal storage space. Another difference between the two devices is the amount of RAM – the 10.1 has 2GB, whilst the Tab 3 8.0 will have 1GB of RAM running the system. Both models will run on the 4.1 version of Jelly Bean, which is a step up from the previous model. However, these specifications are not different from the current Galaxy Tab 2 models, which questions their veracity.

The alleged leaked information suggests that we won’t have to wait too long to get our hands on the two devices, with a release date supposedly slated for May for the 3G versions, and June/July for the 4G LTE models.

Andrew Roach

After spending years playing with a many gadgets as he can get his hands on, Andrew has spent the past 5 years writing about all the latest technological innovations from across the world. When he’s not busy playing with all the latest apps from Google Play, Andrew will be found trying to find the next hottest gadget to take the world by storm.