Samsung was ranked at the top manufacturer of smartphones last year, but was not as successful in tablet arena. However, with all the launches, rumors, etc., the South Korean giant seems all geared up to capture this market as well. After announcing its new Galaxy Tab 3, Samsung is now planning to launch four more tablets which would include a dual-SIM tablet too. According to the reports (based on Samsung's Tablet Portfolio 2013 roadmap), the four tablets are expected to launch this year itself.
One of the tablets among the four is Galaxy Tab Duos 7.0, which, just like Galaxy Tab 3, holds a 7-inch PLS-LCD display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. Samsung's offering it in two variants, Wi-Fi+3G and only Wi-Fi. Other characteristics that the tablet is expected to have include 3-MP rear camera, 2-MP front snapper, 32GB microSD card support.
Galaxy Tab 8.0 is another member in the series that Samsung is planning to launch this year. Much expectedly, it will be loaded with features like an 8-inch full 1080p HD Super Amoled touchscreen display, quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 mobile processor (same as in Galaxy S3), 5-MP primary camera, 2-MP front-facing shooter, and 64GB microSD card support.
Other two tablets in the line are Nexus 11 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 11. The latter will have an 11 inch Super PLS TFT display with 8-MP rear camera and 2-MP secondary camera in front. The tablet is assumed to run on a dual-core Samsung Exynos 5250 mobile processor and for storage it will support 64GB microSD card.
As there is no information about the launch date and the Android version that will be used in these four tablets, the specifications might alter in due course of time