Samsung's third Tab tablet could in fact be two differently sized gadgets, if new slate-shaped rumours are to be believed.
The Galaxy Tab 3 is going to come in 8-inch and 10.1-inch versions, Greek site Techblog reports, claiming to have "exclusive information" regarding the rumoured devices.
The Tab 3 10.1 will have 1GB of RAM and a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, the report states, with a 1,280x800-pixel display, 16GB of on-board storage andrunning the show.
The Tab 3 8.0, meanwhile, is tipped for the same manner of processor, operating system and screen resolution, but with 2GB of RAM. Both slates are pegged to sport 3-megapixel rear cameras, complemented by 1.3-megapixel equivalents on the front.
It's wise to take any rumours with a snifter of salt, but reading through those supposed spec list, there's nothing that stands out as particularly unlikely. Even crafting two tablets under one name is increasingly Samsung's style -- just look at the .
Samsung needs to unplug its design labs' coffee machine, as the South Korean company is spewing out a huge quantity of very similar devices recently.
The Tab 3 10.1 and 8.0 would likely be very similar to theand (that's the tablet in the pic above), but without the S Pen stylus and creative apps that distinguish Samsung's doodle-centric tablets. If Samsung really wanted to make its devices stand out though, it would give them a low price tag to rival the dirt-cheap or .
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