While we have plenty of rumors about the next generation of Galaxy Tabs, we still don’t know what are Samsung’s plans exactly. According to the previous reports, the company is preparing a new line of tablets including the Galaxy tab 3 Plus, which could measure 10.1 inches, 11.6 inches or 7 inches, no one knows for sure.
A new report is surfacing the web today, but still, it’s as questionable as the rest we’ve seen. Anyway, the folks at Sam Mobile have just posted an alleged Galaxy Tab 3 leaked image, as well as some technical specifications. The information looks pretty fake, but who knows, maybe they’ve got it right this time.
So, there are two photos featuring the future Galaxy Tab device, but there is not much of a difference between them. According to the publication’s source, the tablet will not be sold as the Galaxy Tab 3, but it will be dubbed Galaxy S Tab.
What’s more interesting is the “leaked” image. At first glance you would think you’re looking the Galaxy Note 8.0, nut if you look closer you can realize that the landscape orientation is set by default. In other words, all the buttons along with the Logo are placed on the wide side of the device, thus the natural orientation of the Galaxy S Tab will be landscape. I don’t know about you, nut I think that this should a tablet look like, actually. Of course, it seems that Samsung doesn’t want to ditch the ugly and outdated physical buttons, but still, the tablet looks pretty good.
As for the specs of the Galaxy S Tab, Sam Mobile claims that the device will have a 10-inch PLS LCD / Super Amoled Pentile screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600. It will be powered by an Exynos 5 Octa processor and a power SGX 544MP3 GPU. In terms of memory, the Galaxy S Tab will feature 2 GB of RAM and 32/64 GB of internal storage, expandable via microSD card. Also, the tablet will sport an 8 MP primary camera capable of recording 1080p video, and a secondary 2 MP shooter.
Finally, the device will also include an impressive 9000 mAh battery and IR blaster.
Sound to good to be true, in my opinion. But again, this is just a rumor and should be treated as it is. What do you guys think?