There have been speculations of a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 being in the offing even before the Mobile World Congress 2013 kicked off in Barcelona, Spain. However, all the eager smartphone geeks who turned up at the Samsung stall expecting some cool new tablet treats came back a little miffed at the sole Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 on display.
News has recently surfaced that Samsung is indeed working on a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10 and Galaxy Tab Plus. In fact, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus LTE has been filed with the Bluetooth SIG with the model number GT-P8220. It would seem that the Tab 3 Plus is being specially made for the European markets and there is a small chance that the device might show up in other markets as well.
Rumors suggest that the Galaxy Tab 3 Plus will be a 10.1 inch touchscreen device with 2560x1600 pixels resolution, similar to the Google Nexus 10. Also, it will have a quad core Exynos processor and Android Jellybean operating system. Also, we are likely to see this device being offered with 2GB of RAM and in 16GB and 32GB internal memory versions.
The device promises a really great viewing experience with such high resolution and the quad core processor is a must if it want to compete in the 10 inch tablet segment. There isn’t any more news revealed about this device, however, we might expect some more information at Samsung Galaxy S4’s launch event on 14th March next week.