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11.8 Inch Samsung GT-P8110 Tablet Makes Appearance at FCC

There have been rumors doing rounds on the internet that Samsung has been in the kitchen, cooking another tablet.  The new GT-P8110 seems real after all.  The best feature so far of this tablet is its 11.8 inch 2560 X 1600 resolution.  This tablet recently made an appearance at FCC alongside the Galaxy Note 10.1.  The document filed on FCC last Tuesday does not reveal much about the new tablet but from the initial specs, this may be one of those high end tablets that will rival the likes of Asus Transformer Prime.

The GT-P8110 tablet will come with inbuilt 16GB memory along with the standard tablet features tablets today come with including rear and front cameras, WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC.  The design of the tablet is also very intriguing.  Unlike all the other galaxy tablets released by Samsung, the GT-P8110’s design is completely different with more rounded corners.  Other Galaxy tablets have sharper corners that give them more rectangular shape.

In one of the documents that Samsung presented for its ongoing case with Apple there was one that showed off a tablet codenamed P10 and featured an 11.8 inch screen with the same resolution as the GT-P8110 – the one currently at FCC.  Does it mean that the P10 is the GT-P8110 or is there another tablet coming after it?  When it comes to software, the tab will come with Android Ice Cream Sandwich and not Jelly Bean as most would have anticipated.  We are not certain about this though, it would be a pleasant surprise if it comes with Jelly Bean and the latest version of Samsung’s Touchwiz UI.

Most tablets that have been a success so far are rectangular shaped – this may be the current standard for tablets.  The new design by Samsung is going to shake up things a little bit as far as design goes but how will this affect its price and demand?  We just have to wait and see.

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