There was an earlier rumor of the yet unreleased (and unannounced, for that matter) Samsung Galaxy S3 that had showed up for Wi-Fi certification, so here are a couple more devices from the South Korean manufacturer that has also picked up certifications issued by the WiFi Alliance. They seem to fall under the tablet category, considering the model numbers GT-P3100 and GT-P5100 being listed, albeit as smartphones. Contrary to that, Samsung did already release tablet models in the past that carry the GT-P7 prefix, so should the GT-P3100 and GT-P5100 prefixes change ever so slightly, these two models being placed under the “smartphone” category might just be to throw us off the trail.
What we are interested to know would be the specifications of future Samsung tablets – since the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has already done an extremely good job at harassing the Apple iPad 2 as its closest tablet competitor in the market, will future models even surpass the iPad 2 (and subsequently, the iPad 3)? We do hope that Mobile World Congress that is happening at the end of this month will see at least one new tablet announced by Samsung, and so far initial rumors point towards a quad-core Exynos processor and a 2560 x 1600 display that measures 11.6″.
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