The names of the four tablets ready to be launched early next year by Samsung are revealed and confirmed.
Samsung Group intends to maintain pressure on the segment of tablet PCs in 2014, and who knows, beyond its Apple competitor in volume, after conquering the space of smartphones. The Korean giant should show incisive early in the year with several launches.
In addition to targeting the consumer market, Samsung is expected to strengthen its offering for enterprises, a growing market in the coming years and where again the iPad has taken the lead and is the opponent to overcome.
The group is expected to announce four touch pads at the beginning of next year and the names of these products are given out by the SamMobile site. We thus find a Galaxy Tab 8.1 Pro (reference SM-T320/T325) and Galaxy Tab 10.1 Pro (SM-T520/T525), a tablet Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (SM-P900/P905) and a model Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (SM-T110/T111).
Each tablet will be available in WiFi only or 4G LTE version of the module, except the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite which offers a 3G modem to remain positioned on the entry level with an attractive price. The latter should be the first model launched at the beginning of January.
Tablets like Galaxy Tab 8.1 Pro and Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 arrive a few weeks later, followed at a short distance from the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Pro. SamMobile tells us that the Pro models will be offered in black and white colors with 16 GB of storage space for Galaxy Tab Pro and 32GB models for model Galaxy Note Pro 12.2.
Finally, the first four tablets of Samsung for 2014 should be available before the end of March, possibly to oversee the launch of a iPad 12.9" tablet which has rumor persisted for several months and could be announced during the next semester.