Four New Samsung Tablets Coming in Early 2014

At the moment we can only speculate which models these will be

  Samsung expected to launch 4 new tablets in Q1 2014
We have previously reported that Samsung has big plans for the tablet market in the year to come. It seems that the Korean tech giant is becoming more keen on seeing Apple dethroned from its all-time position, as tablet world leader.

We have previously reported that Samsung has big plans for the tablet market in the year to come. It seems that the Korean tech giant is becoming more keen on seeing Apple dethroned from its all-time position, as tablet world leader.

We have also reported the latest scoop in the Samsung tablet story. The company has reportedly concocted an ingenious plan in order to make sure it will snatch a bigger slice of the tablet pie in the year to come.

In 2014 Sammy is expected to target both the budget consumer sector as well as the high-end one, where it will have to come up with something revolutionary in order to beat the iPad.

And we think we already know what Sammy’s answer is going to be, AMOLED tablets. The company has been rumored to be working on 8- and 10-inch models already, and we are hoping to be able to take a glance at them in the first months of the new year.

Now Korean sources familiar with the matter reported by SamMobile, claim that the tech giant is gearing up to launch four new tablet models in 2014.

We have already seen the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (SM-T111), which will be one of the cheapest slates to be available on the market with a price tag estimated at around €100 / $137. We have a date for when the tablet is supposed to drop, January 2014, so the device will seemingly be part of the four to be unveiled in 2014.

It remains to be seen which are going to be the remaining three. Samsung has been rumored to be working on a 12.2-inch Galaxy Note (SM-P900) model and we have seen its specifications leaks, but nothing new surfaced about it, as of late.

Sammy also has another ace up its sleeve, a 13-inch model that sports dual-boot capabilities, between Android and Windows. Add an AMOLED display on top of that, and we get a device that will surely be capable of attracting the interest of the most avid iPad fans.

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