Samsung is getting the next AMOLED tablets ready
The two screen sizes will make sure that the upcoming Samsung’s high quality tablets will rival Apple iPad and Apple iPad Mini directly
We can really look forward to welcome Samsung’s return of tablets with AMOLED screens after their Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7. The Korean media never fails to brag with first hand leaks, so now it shared some more details on the matter. According to the report by the Korean site, Samsung is currently working on 8-inch and 10-inch tablet devices with; you guessed that right, AMOLED displays.
Of course, these screens are exclusive to high-end devices, while the low and mid-range tablets, like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite, will still continue to get LCD displays. The report gives further tips that those large AMOLED screens for the 8-inch and 10-inch tablets will be entering production right in the beginning of 2014, which suggests that they’ll be joining the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 and Samsung Galaxy Gear 2; and will launch alongside with those devices as well. According to the rumors, this should happen sometime around April next year. If the timing is really that perfect, as we expect it to be, users will be able to choose amongst three high-end smart devices soon.
The two screen sizes will make sure that the upcoming Samsung’s high quality tablets will rival Apple iPad and Apple iPad Mini directly. Meanwhile, the Korean company is also bringing out the big guns; at it has been some word about even larger 13-inch tablets. The recent report suggests that Samsung is focusing on a low and mid-range tablet market and the company attempts to impede on the laptop and PC market in terms of productivity usage. Will Samsung manage to fortify its position in the centre of the tendency where tablets will completely replace laptops, we’ll have to wait and see. The upcoming tablet is most likely to be Samsung Galaxy Tab 2014 Edition with 13.3-inch display, running Android and Windows RT dual-booting. So far, details haven’t been confirmed. So stay tuned.
Source: News Naver Korea