Martin has already scribbled a bit about the newly announced Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, but the South Koreans’ tablet-related plans don’t end there. Far from it.
We’re told to expect a further four – at least – Samsung tablets throughout space year 2013AD, namely the Galaxy Tab Duos 7.0, Galaxy Tab 8.0, Galaxy Tab 11 and Google Nexus 11.
That’s the story according to Sammobile, and when it says Samsung is aiming to “bring more tablets for every segment”, it sure ain’t kidding. Let’s dive straight into some specs.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Duos 7.0 spec sheet includes a 7in display (600 x 1024), dual-core processor, 3MP/2MP camera combo, a microSD slot welcoming 32GB, and of course dual-SIM compatibility.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.0 rocks an 8in 1080p AMOLED display, quad-core Exynos 4412 processor, 5MP/2MP cameras, and a 64GB-friendly microSD slot.
As for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 11, specs include an 11in Super PLS TFT display, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front camera, dual-core Exynos 5250 processor, and 64GB microSD compatibility.
Finally, the Google Nexus 11 sounds very much like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 11, ‘cept with an octo-core Exynos 5410 processor – making it the world’s first octo-core tablet.
As for production, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.0 is said to be suffering from an “AMOLED burning problem” at the moment, while the Nexus 11 is awaiting Google’s approval.
Oh, and we shouldn’t expect a next-gen Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 on account of weak sales. Sob.