File this under “rumors,” but it’s likely Samsung will be unveiling new Android devices at the soon-to-come CES in Las Vegas. With Motorola preparing to launch a Honeycomb tablet at the event, the Korean company doesn’t want to be left behind.
According to a report from the Korea Times, Samsung will reveal updated versions of their best-selling Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab products. Moreover, it is said they have placed a sizeable order with NVIDIA for their Tegra 2 dual-core processor to use them in the upcoming products.
Google has pretty much picked Tegra 2 as the lead platform for Honeycomb, leaving little choice for Samsung (and other companies for that matter) to experiment with their own stuff. Still, Samsung is also a processor maker and I’m sure they like the idea of using home-made CPUs.
As I said at the beginning of the article, this is everything but confirmed though kinda makes sense. One thing is certain – we’re looking forward to a great CES this year…