Samsung reported working on 7 inch and 10 inch Galaxy Tab 3 models

Posted on Jan 27 2013 - 10:30am by Sunny

Samsung Galaxy Tab General

If you are too much into tablets and want to buy an awesome Android tablet sometime soon, you are going to have a lot of options. The Mobile World Congress (MWC) is approaching and the event is expected to turn in a lot of tablets from various manufacturers from across the world. Samsung, the South Korean tech giant, is expected to showcase the next generation of its Galaxy line of tablets. To be more precise, we are expecting to see the third generation of Galaxy Tab series of tablets.

Last year, the company released the second generation Galaxy Tab tablets, the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, and the 10.1 inch Galaxy Tab. This year, we have already seen a lot of rumors about the new Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet, successors to the existing tablets, and much more. Along with this, we are going to see a few new features, such as the LTE connectivity, on some of the new third generation tablets from Samsung.

The expected tablets are the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0, and the bigger 10.1 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. The 10.1 inch model of the tablet is expected to ship with an LTE chip built into it. So you can expect this tablet to come with a wireless carrier label on it. But if you are already too excited about all this, you will have to wait for a few more weeks.

We are expecting the South Korean tech giant to announce at least some info about these tablets at the Mobile World Congress. But right now, we are not sure about the existence of these tablets, let alone the price tags and the release dates.

To make things a bit more interesting, the Cupertino tech giant, Apple, is said to be working on its next gen tablet, the iPad 5. But the release of this tablet is expected to be way ahead in October, and we are sure that Samsung would have been released its tablets to the market by then.

Source: Talk Android

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