Samsung has made in known in no uncertain terms of the huge ambitions they harbor of making it big in the tablet sphere. Not content with playing second fiddle to Apple and its iPad range, Samsung has lined up a slew of tablet launches for 2014 across several segments. Among the tablet devices being readied for launch include Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4, the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1, and the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2. there is also the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite which will be aimed sqarely at the budget tablet segment. However, none of these stands confirmed as of now, and can have its origin traced to a leak by a Samsung insider duly picked up by SamMobile.
Among the details that have surfaced, the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite will be launched first, by the second week of January and will be the cheapest of the lot. With a 7 inch display, it will also be the smallest tablet offering as well. Galaxy Tab 8.4 and 10.1 is expected to be launched towards third week of January, followed by the big daddy of all, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 towards end January or early February. Again, these are prone to changes though all four should be seen along store shelves around major markets in the world by Q1, 2014. Further, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is also rumored to offer stylus support and is aimed at business professionals or other productive tasks.
Watch out for the detailed specifications and other launch details later. With the CES just round the corner, there sure will be more on this at the show. Keep watching.
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