Samsung is a big fish in a small pond. Recent rumors are circulating that the gigantic electronics wizard is all prepared to launch a series of new tablets that will make the demand fly sky high. The tablets are the latest in choice technology that has a heady dizzying effect on the public’s consciousness.
The plans, schemes and stratagems for 2013 have been hatched and Samsung is all set to upset the status quo. The South Korean super-firm has its mind set on creating new smart-touch tablets for each and every class of society. According to Sam Mobile, a dual-sim and dual-core tablet is in the pipeline along with three other. This 7" tablet is called Samsung Galaxy Tab DUOS 7.0. While this may just be a rumor, it can also turn out to be reality. The company named Lenovo has already done such a thing and now the eavesdroppers say that Samsung is going to follow suit. Samsung and Google are hell-bent on mass producing the NEXUS 11. To what extent they will be capable of doing this is a conjecture that only the future holds the key to. Apart from NEXUS 11, two others tablets are Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.0 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 11 according to rumored portfolio.
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Samsung meanwhile is busy constructing its own tablet that will tear apart the competition. The Galaxy Tab 3 is what the world is waiting around to see. An Android 4.1 Jelly Bean comes with the territory. There are two varieties in which it is available. A Wi-Fi sample and a 3-G module are the twin variants. Beneath the flashy exteriors there are so many features that they make your mind spin. The incoming adversary of the Galaxy Tab 2 is reputed to light up the cities of the world this May. The heat is on for now.
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Samsung believes in reciprocity in competition. If others make new stuff, it too goes on to innovate even more wildly. So far this has brought greater profits than the expectations that were there. South Koreans have every right to be proud of this indigenous phenomenon which has gone global.