Looks like Samsung is getting super-serious to repeat the success it had in the smartphone market with the tablets. Aside from launching the recently leaked Galaxy Note 8.0, the Korean company will also unveil new products, part of the Galaxy Tab 3 series. It is said that we should expect two devices, one boasting a 7-inch and the other 10.1-inch screen, which will replace the current Galaxy Tab 2 series.
In addition, the rumors spreading across the Interwebs suggest these two will have 5-megapixel cameras, optional 3G/4G connectivity, and 32 or 64 GB of built-in storage. We would also expect this duo to ship with quad-core processors, perhaps even the Exynos 5 Octa, as well as 2GB of RAM to make for a smooth experience.
The chances are we’ll be getting more information about Samsung’s future products in the days and weeks to come. Stay tuned as we share the latest hints we get.