Samsung may have just announced the Galaxy Tab 3 but it looks like some of the company’s future plans may have slipped out along with the reveal.
Samsung-dedicated website SamMobile claims to have gotten hold of Samsung’s plans for tablet releases for the remainder of the year, detailing four tablets that the South Korean electronics manufacturer will be releasing later in 2013.
The report claims that a 7-inch Galaxy Tab DUOS tablet can be expected, which will feature a dual-core processor, 7-inch 600 x 1024 PLS LCD display and a 3 megapixel front and 2 megapixel rear camera. The DUOS will feature dual-SIM support.
An 8-inch Galaxy Tab 8.0 is also reported to be on the cards, with a quad-core A9 Exynos 4412 processor sitting at its heart, 5 and 2 megapixel rear and front cameras and microSD support for up to 64GB of storage. The display will apparently be a 1080p AMOLED affair.
The last two tablets are 11-inch models, a Galaxy Tab 11 and then a Nexus 11 that Google is said to still have to sign off on which could be the world’s first octa-core tablet. Both will feature 11-inch Super PLS TFT displays, 8 and 2 megapixel rear and front cameras and microSD support for storage up to 64GB (though the Nexus’ support is only rumoured, according to this rumour). The big difference between the two is found in the processors. The Galaxy Tab 11 will have an A15 Exynos 5250 CPU (dual-core) while the Nexus 11 is claimed to have the Exynos 5 Octa processor.
There is no hint as to when Samsung might be making any of this official and there have been no additional leaks so the tablets, though plausible, should be treated as rumour for now.
Source: Digital Trends