Saturday, May 17, 2014

Samsung sends invites for super-tablet launch next month

Sounds tab-tastic


Samsung has just sent out invitations to what it's calling 'Galaxy Premiere 2014' in New York on 12 June.
The invites don't explicitly say what the company will be showing off, but they do say 'tab into color', so yeah, it's going to be new Galaxy Tabs.

With that in mind we can even go one better and use our crystal ball to predict that it will be the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S line which gets unveiled, given they've recently been rumoured.



We've heard that these will come in 10.5 inch and 8.4 inch sizes, have a fingerprint scanner, an octa-core processor (with four cores running at 1.9 GHz and four at 1.3 GHz), 3GB of RAM and an 8 megapixel camera.

Perhaps most excitingly they're also rumoured to be the first devices to ever have a 2560 x 1600 AMOLED display, theoretically giving them superior image quality to the LCD panels which we normally see at that resolution.


Surprise free zone

We're also expecting the slates to come with 2 megapixel front facing cameras, Android KitKat and Samsung's Magazine UI overlay and that there will be both 3G and 4G versions. Call us crazy, right?

If all of that is true then they're worth getting excited about, but less excitingly we might see a 13.3 inch addition to the Galaxy Tab Pro line, but that's pegged to stick with an LCD screen.

Finally there's an outside chance that Samsung could unveil the Galaxy S5 Prime, but given the not-so-subtle clue on the invite and the fact that the we're still not even certain the S5 Prime is a real thing we'd bet against it.

Samsung's already put some pretty good tablets on the market.

Source: techradar

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