The folks over at Digitimes sure as heck have their fair share of sources that leaked information on upcoming devices from time to time, and it has been a hit and miss affair to date. Well, you know for sure that Samsung is not going to rest on their laurels when it comes to rolling out smartphones and tablets, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 does seem to be baking in the oven even as we speak.
Digitimes’ source will remain anonymous for now, where it is said that Samsung has every intention to roll out a trio of tablets later this year, which should not come across as a surprise considering how the market is looking forward to a pair of Galaxy Tab 3 tablets that will come in 10.1″ and 7″ form factors, in addition to the Galaxy Note 8.0.
It seems that Samsung intends to price the 7” model to move, and we are talking about the possibility of a $149 price tag as the entry point, although there are others who did mention that a $199 price point would also suffice.
To date, very little else has been dug up concerning all three Galaxy Tab models, although we have heard whispers of rumors that point toward a 5-megapixel shooter, with two models for each variation, following after the usual Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi plus 3G connectivity route. Not only that, you also have 32GB and 64GB capacities to choose from, but when it comes to processors, displays, and other kinds of stuff underneath the hood that would point towards a more affordable tablet.
What do you think of a Samsung tablet that is priced to move? Will it be able to deliver stiff competition to the Kindle Fire range of tablets from Amazon?