Samsung working on a large 13.3-inch LCD tablet alongside two AMOLED tablets
Samsung seems to be working on a slew of upcoming tablets as per a latest GSMArena report. The report claims that an insider involved in developing the Kid’s mode has tipped about these new devices. Three devices bearing the codenames Chagall, Klimt and Warhol have been claimed to be in the pipeline, with the first two are said to boast Super AMOLED display and the last one will feature an LCD display.
As per the report, the trio of tablets will come in two configurations – 3G and Wi-Fi. The 3G model could have a combination of 3G + LTE, but usually LTE model numbers end in 5. Also, all the three models pack a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels (Quad HD display).
Firstly, the Samsung SM-T800/T801 codenamed 'Chagall' is said to be the Galaxy Tab S with a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display. The 8.4-inch SM-T700/T701 codenamed 'Klimt' is also claimed to come with a Super AMOLED panel.
These two tablets have already made rounds on GFXBench website revealing the presence of Exynos 5 octa-core chipset having four 1.9GHz quad-core Cortex-A15 and four 1.3GHz Cortex-A7 processors. These processors are claimed to be paired with Mali-T628 MP6 hexa-core GPU to handle the graphics department and 2GB of RAM for hassle free multi-tasking. Furthermore, these tablets are also said to feature 8MP rear camera and 2MP secondary camera along with a fingerprint reader as well.
Coming to the SM-T910/T911 codenamed 'Warhol', the slate is claimed to boast a 13.3-inch display and be a top-tier Galaxy Tab Pro model. But, this tablet is believed to come fitted with a LCD panel instead of Super AMOLED. All the three tablets are said to run on Android 4.4 KitKat operating system topped with the latest customization features.
No word on when Samsung will debut the tablets, but it won't take much time. Hopefully in the upcoming weeks, or maybe next month.