Samsung has been producing tablet computers in different sizes to cater to new market demands. Right now, Samsung sells tablets from a 7-inch form factor to a whooping 12.2-inch slate. Of course, the 7-inch tablets are the most appropriate sizes for Android users.
While the Samsung Galaxy NotePro 12.2 is currently being billed as the big dog in the NotePro range, the company may try to launch a mammoth tablet sporting a 13.3-inch screen.
So, when the rumors of a 13-inch Galaxy tablet made the rounds last year, it was easy to dismiss it as just another absurd rumor in the making. However, now it appears that Samsung is ready to launch a premium build 13.3-inch tablet in the market.
Samsung's 13.3-inch Tablet Coming Soon
According to a recent GSMArenareport citing information from an "inside contact" involved with Samsung's Kids Mode, the tablet device would be one of the three forthcoming tablets from the South Korean giant.
Codenamed "Warhol", the 13.3-inch tablet carrying a with model number T911/T910 is reportedly tipped to feature an LCD display rather than an AMOLED display and offer a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels.
Furthermore, the T in the model number simply means that the tablet device would be part of Samsung's Tab series. Most likely, the upcoming tablet will be a premium device.
Other than its 13.3-inch screen size, nothing much can be said about the device, at least for now.
Samsung's Tablet S Lineup also leaked
The South Korean giant Samsung could announce its upcoming Tab S lineup sooner than expected. The Galaxy Tab S series, which will be offered in two sizes: 10.5-inch model and 8.4-inch, is expected to include a 2560 x 1600 resolution display, fingerprint scanner, and much more.
GSMArena is reporting that Samsung could be working on two smaller size tablets, alongside the 13.3-inch slate. The 8.4-inch model named 701/T700 or "Klimt" would feature a high-end AMOLED display that will have a higher resolution of 2560 x 1600. The 10.5-inch device called T801/T800 or "Chagall", on the other hand, would also come with a 2560 x 1600 resolution display.
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