Samsung allegedly plans to launch four new tablets sometime between now and March. The names and screen sizes of each device have surfaced, as well as leaked photographs of the alleged 12.2-inch tablet.
According to a report from Sam Mobile via an insider tip, the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite is the first device that sources expect will be released… supposedly within the next couple of weeks. This entry-level model will reportedly feature a 7-inch display.
Sources expect the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 to arrive in about six weeks, featuring 16GB of storage. Alongside the Tab Pro 8.4, Samsung is also expected to release the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, featuring 32GB of storage.
The final device, the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1, will reportedly become available within 10 weeks.
The three anticipated “Pro” devices from Samsung will supposedly be sold in both black and white casings.
As all four of these models either belong to the Note series or the Tab series, they will all run some version of Google’s Android OS.
More about the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
Seeko, a Korean web site, leaked photos of the purported 12.2-inch tablet, and reported that the display could boast a 2560 x 1600 resolution. In addition to the high-res screen, Seeko claims the 12.2-inch Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 will pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor with 3GB of RAM, the familiar Samsung S-Pen stylus, and a 9,500 mAh battery to compensate for the large display.
Rumors began circulating about the possibility of new Samsung tablets after it was reported that the FCC had cleared the 12.2-inch tablet made by Samsung. The Korean company has not yet confirmed the rumors or released official launch dates, but sources predict the tablets will be announced in January during CES 2014 in Las Vegas.