Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus will come in two models, the first model will support LTE and the second support WI-Fi only
Samsung originally had been suspected would be introducing a number of new tablet at Mobile World Congress 2013, but apparently it’s only come with Galaxy Note 8.0.
It turns out that the other tablets that had been expected to be present at the last MWC 2013 event, seems will be coming later. And interestingly the device has been revealed and is known has been stopped at the Bluetooth SIG in order to get approval.
The tablets, as quoted from Unwired View, mentioned as the Galaxy Tab 3 Plus. This device will come in two models, the first is GT-P8220 will support LTE networks, while the GT-P8200 will come with WI-Fi connectivity only.
According to previous rumors, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus is often mentioned will come with a screen size of 10.1 inches with a 2560 x 1600 pixels resolution, much like Google’s Nexus 10 tablet that are also made by Samsung. Other features are includes, Jelly Bean Android as the operating system and will equip the quad-core processor. Really, we’ll wait for that.