The device will sell in Europe, or so a report saysA new tablet will soon start shipping in Europe, bearing Samsung's brand. According to Unwired View, a 10.1-inch slate is on the way.
Called Galaxy Tab 3 Plus GT-P8200, it has Bluetooth support and a high-resolution screen, higher than Full HD (2560 x 1600 pixels).
It isn't clear whether the device will reach the US or other areas besides the Old Continent, but there is no reason it shouldn't. South Korean customers should get it, if nothing else.
That said, the 10.1-inch tablet will possibly have LTE broadband support. Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile will likely sell it on contract.
Since Samsung has just launched a new smart TV lineup and is preparing an audio player, it makes sense that the next item would be a tablet of some sort, to maintain variety.