Samsung is getting ready to announce several new Android Jelly Bean tablets, and one if them is the Galaxy Tab 3 Plus GT-P8200.
Of course, we’re also going see the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 GT-P5200 pretty soon – however, this will likely be an affordable 10 inch tablet, while the GT-P8200 Tab 3 Plus should be a high-end, expensive one. According to the info previously found at Samsung Mobile’s website, the GT-P8200 will have a display with 2560 x 1600 pixels, just like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 10.
While we don’t know when the Tab 3 Plus P8200 is going to be available for purchase, we’ve discovered – thanks to the Bluetooth SIG – that it should be released in Europe at some point. Sure enough, this doesn’t mean it won’t be launched in other regions. We’ll probably see it in the US, too, featuring LTE connectivity, and being sold by major carriers (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile), sporting different model numbers. Furthermore, Samsung is likely planning to offer the new tablet in its home country as well (South Korea).
The Tab 3 Plus GT-P8200 could be officially presented on February 25, at MWC 2013, alongside the Tab 3 10.1, the Galaxy Note 8.0, and other new Samsung devices (mostly Android-based). We will let you know when it happens anyway.
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