Earlier this week we heard rumors that Samsung is going to focus a lot more on tablets and low-end smartphones next year. Apparently the company seeks to dominate the tablet market and gain the strong footing it currently enjoys in the smartphone market. Rumors of a few new tablets expected to be launched early next year have already started circulating, these include a 12.2 inch tablet and a gigantic 13.3 inch tablet. The company might also release tablets with AMOLED displays, something which it hasn’t done since 2011.
In 2011, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 was launched. It was the company’s first and only tablet that came with a Super AMOLED display. The tablet failed to gain any significant traction in the market, and Samsung didn’t follow it up with another Super AMOLED display touting successor. At its Analyst Day event earlier today in South Korea, Samsung confirmed that it is going to focus more on tablets in 2014. Local media reports suggest that the company effectively let it slip that more AMOLED tablets are in the pipeline. This is the first we’ve heard of Samsung adopting AMOLED displays next year for its tablets, so if this is destined to happen, we’re bound to hear a lot more about it in the near future.