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Galaxy Tab 3 details leak with two screen size variants

Galaxy Tab 3 details leak with two screen size variants

Jumping from one rumored Samsung tablet to another, it would appear that the first details for the Galaxy Tab 3 are beginning to leak out. The reliable folks over at SamMobile are the ones dishing out these details, first and foremost claiming that Samsung is gearing up to launch two variants of the new slate. One will have a 7-inch screen and the other will have a 10.1-inch screen, so you might have options when it comes to the Galaxy Tab 3.

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Samsung and Peel teaming up to provide interactive content during 2012 presidential debates

Samsung and Peel teaming up to provide interactive content during 2012 presidential debates

If you plan on watching this year's presidential debates between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney, and are wanting to get in on the action with some interactive content, now might be the time to snatch up a Samsung tablet if you don't already have one. Samsung and Peel are partnering up to bring viewers the ability to do more than just watch the debates.

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Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 finalized and up for pre-order

Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 finalized and up for pre-order

The next Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet is up for pre-order now, all 10.1-inches of it complete with a dual-core processor inside. This device is set for the top of the middle-market with a Texas Instruments OMAP4 dual-core processor inside and a 10.1-inch 1280x800 display up front. This tablet is set to bring you essentially the same experience you had on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 original, but with Ice Cream Sandwich this time as well as a few more enhancements that make this device a superstar for the middle tier.

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Samsung GSIII event will bring a Tab too

Samsung GSIII event will bring a Tab too

At the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S III in London coming up extremely quickly it's been tipped that yet another Galaxy tablet might make an appearance as well. At this point it might make more sense for us to report the days that there's not a tip, rumor, or actual confirmed announcement of a Samsung tablet, would you say? This report comes from Aloysius Low from CNET where they say they've got a source familiar with the matter pointing towards another 10.1-inch Android slate.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 delayed for quad-core upgrade [UPDATE: Samsung denies]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 delayed for quad-core upgrade [UPDATE: Samsung denies]

The folks at Samsung have been tipped to be holding back the next steps in their tablet evolution with not only the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 but the Galaxy Note 10.1 as well, both of them set for an upgrade to quad-core processors at launch time. Both of these devices were originally set to have dual-core processors of one kind or another, but due to the extremely quickly changing times in the tablet market it seems, they'll be upgrading both to their next-generation Exynos chips with four CPU cores instead. This bodes well for the Samsung tablet line as well as the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone which is set to be revealed next month.

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Samsung leaks their Espresso line of tablets

Samsung leaks their Espresso line of tablets

This June we're likely to see a set of new Samsung tablets, these coming right after the Galaxy Tab 2 line with another 10-inch model and another 7-inch model as well. This set of tablets from Samsung is called "Espresso", this being a code name for whatever manufacturer decides on for a name at launch time. This information was leaked by FrAndroid in a 2012 roadmap for Samsung aside a tiny mention of their next flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy S III.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Review

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Review

There's a brand new Samsung Galaxy Tab tablet in town, and this one is what Samsung hopes will be a whole new experience driver for the whole hardware family. Where what we've seen before from Samsung has been a set of tablets that tried to be everything at once, this and the 10.1-inch version of the Galaxy Tab 2 are both aiming more at the services they can provide with other devices rather than concentrating on that plus content creation plus gaming plus a partridge in a pear tree. What we've got here instead is Samsung's suite of connected services encapsulated in one machine - and it feels nice to use, too!

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