News is going around that Samsung is working on a new tablet device called the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus. The model number of this device is GT-P8200. The Galaxy Tab 3 Plus is a 10inch tablet that sports a display resolution that is better than all the predecessor models. It has got a display resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. The same display can be found on the Google Nexus 10. It is going to run on Android Jelly Bean OS. Whether it is v4.1 or v4.2, there is no specific update on it.
Galaxy Tab 3 Plus Gets Bluetooth Certification and Supports 4G LTE
The Galaxy Tab 3 Plus is going to be powered with dual-core Exynos 5 CPU which offers a clocking speed of 1.7GHz. Not much info is know about the Galaxy Tab 3 Plus but we have a confirmation on the news that the device has received certification from Bluetooth SIG. It will be supporting Bluetooth version 4.0. Bluetooth on Galaxy Tab 3 Plus will be supporting HSP, A2DP, OPP, PAN, HFP and MAP, etc.
The device is going to be out in different variations. One aspect that defines the variation is the cellular connectivity. The Galaxy Tab 3 Plus will be supporting 4G LTE. Before the Mobile World Congress 2013 event took place many were expecting that Samsung will be revealing new tablets such as Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and Galaxy Tab 3 Plus.
Expected Samsung Galaxy Tabs
The South Korean company is going to launch a line of new tablet devices such as Galaxy Tab 7.0 which supports 3G, Galaxy Tab 7.0 which supports only Wi-Fi, Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 which supports 3G and Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 which only supports Wi-Fi. Samsung is all geared up for the major event that is going to be held on March 14th which is believed to be the day when the much awaited Galaxy S4 will be released.