Galaxy Tab 3 Plus Surfaces On Benchmarks; Leaked Samsung UAP Reveals Three Tablets on Cards

    Its less than a month for the debut of MWC 2013 and several leaks on various upcoming devices have started to pour in. One of the tech giants that is been eagerly awaited for a plethora of launches at the event in Barcelona is Samsung.

    A TechKiddy report claims that Samsung has three tablets on cards - GT-P3200, GT-P5200 and GT-P8200 and these will join the existing Galaxy lineup of Samsung. In a leaked AnTuTu benchmark results, Galaxy Tab 3 Plus has reportedly appeared to be on par with Samsung made Google branded Nexus 10 as it has spotted to have a 10 inch display with 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution, 1.7GHz dual core Exynos 5 chip and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

    Galaxy Tab 3 Plus Surfaces On Benchmarks; Leaked UAP Reveals 3 Tablets


    According to recent User Agent Profiles, the South Korean tech firm has three tablets for the consumers in February. The UAP suggests that the Tab 3 series tablet will come in three variants - GT-P3200, GT-P5200 and GT-P8200. Of these, P3200 is rumored to be a 7 inch Galaxy tablet and P5200 is the Galaxy Note 8.0. Finally, P8200 is said to be the model number of Galaxy Tab 3 Plus, which has been spotted on benchmarks with a 10 inch display.

    Further, the UAP claims that GT-P3200 has a 1024 x 600 pixel display, which is meaningful for Galaxy Tab 3 7.0. Meanwhile, GT-P5200 is believed to be the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 with a listed display resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.

    If these UAP reports and benchmarks results turn out to be authentic, it can be said that Samsung will lay a tough competition to tablet market dominators from Apple - full sized iPad and iPad Mini. However, until the final specs of the handset is confirmed by Samsung, these tablets cannot be concluded as Apple competitors.

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