We expected to see the new generation of Galaxy Tab tablets unveiled at last month’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. As you know, that didn’t happen and the only mobile device Samsung announced at the show was Galaxy Note 8.0.
Alas, the new Galaxy Tab 3 series is coming sooner or later, with an LTE-enabled model (GT-P8220) getting its “seal of approval” from the Bluetooth SIG, joining its Wi-Fi only brother (GT-P8200) that already got the certification.
According to the tablet’s listing, it’s heading to Europe though we’re sure it may also hit portfolios of operators in other parts of the world.
Presuming previous rumors are correct, we expect to see the second tablet (after Nexus 10) with a 10.1-inch 2560×1600 pixels display (if some other tablet maker doesn’t launch something similar before Samsung). In any case, we’ll be on the watch for more information and get back to you as soon as we have something new to add to the story. Stay tuned in the meantime, k?
[Via: Unwired View]