Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Tab 3 Plus reportedly appeared in benchmark revealing the features of the Galaxy tablet.
Samsung is planning for a 10in Galaxy Tab 3 Plus.
Techkiddy, after speaking to certain unnamed sources, reports the features of Galaxy Tab 3 Plus almost match with Google's 10in Nexus branded tablet, dubbed as Nexus 10. Samsung is expected to showcase the tablet at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event scheduled in Barcelona.
According to AnTuTu benchmark, the 10in Galaxy Tab 3 Plus with model number GT-P8200 will use Exynos 5 chip featuring a dual-core Cortex-A15 processor, with each running at clock speeds up to 1.7GHz.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus appeared in AnTuTu benchmark.
This is the same processor that powers the Nexus 10. In addition to that benchmark tests by AnandTech suggest that the Exynos 5 dual is indeed a powerful processor.
The latest discloser claims that the Galaxy Tab 3 Plus will run on the latest Android 4.2.1 (Jelly Bean), which Google released for its Nexus devices. The tablet managed to score a total of 13377 points in the benchmark test.
At present, there is no much information on the price as well as the release date of the Tab 3.
The Galaxy tab 3 Plus with model number P8200 appeared at Samsung's official site.
Interestingly, the User Agent Profile (UAProf) of Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 appeared in Samsung's official site. The UAP suggests, the Tab 3 series tablet will come in three variants: GT-P3200, GT-P5200 and GT-P8200. The P3200 is rumoured to be a 7in Galaxy tablet, the P5200 is the Galaxy Note 8.0 and the P8200 is said to be the model number of Galaxy Tab 3 Plus.
The Galaxy Tab 3 Plus, according to the UAProf, carries a display of 10in with resolution measuring 1600 x 2560 pixels, which is similar to the resolution of Nexus 10. The 7in Galaxy device will feature resolution measuring 600 x 1024 pixels and the Galaxy Note 8.0 at 800 x 1280 pixels along with S Pen functionality.
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