Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 and Note 3 could be packing their tiny bags for Berlin this summer as the Korean tech giant prepares to unveil them at IFA in September.
That’s what reports today seem to point toward, with an anonymous “insider” tipping off SamMobile, and the Tab 3 gaining a DLNA certification.
According to Softpedia, the Galaxy Tab 3 popped up in the trade organization’s database with three model numbers: GT-P3200, GT-P3210, and GT-P3220.
The Galaxy Tab 3 is expected in both 7-inch and 10-inch (possibly dubbed the Galaxy Tab 3 “Plus,” and with LTE, as well) flavors, and the third model number could refer to a Wi-Fi only version. Appearing at DLNA suggests a release could be approaching.
Oh, the suspense
These three model numbers could represent the tablets we’ve been looking for – but will we really have to wait until September to try them out?
That nugget comes from a source trusted by SamMobile, but we have no way of confirming its veracity. We’ve reached out to Samsung for more info, but we’re not anticipating much of a response.
Either way, it’s hardly set in stone; even this “insider” only said the Tab 3 and Note 3 “may” appear at IFA.
Is bigger better?
If either size turns up, the Galaxy Line will basically zoom past phablet straight into pure tablet territory. Those are huge screens we’re talking about.
Then again, as Samsung reminded us all earlier today, “bigger is better,” right?
Both devices are important successors, and there’s no doubt they’ll show up at some point.