The latest Galaxy Tab 3 rumors point to two models of the slate hitting stores next month.
These two models include an 8-inch version and 10.1-inch version. The 3G versions of these tablets could hit stores as early as May, while the 4G LTE models will be available in June or July, according to Techblog.gr.
These two tabs will differ in battery capacity due to their size difference. The 10-inch version will come with a 7000 mAh battery and the smaller model will sport a 4500 mAh pack. The 8-inch tab will be quite thin, according to the reports, and both of them will have similar processors, Android versions, screen resolutions and cameras.
There is no news yet on the unveiling of both devices. The might end up being introduced at Google I/O.
A picture of what is believed to be the Galaxy Tab 3 Plus surfaced on the internet earlier this month.
However, nothing shown in the screenshot confirms that the device is actually the Galaxy Tab 3, so the device might look a bit different when it actually launches.
The tablet in the picture has a white bezel, a menu button, a home button, and a back button. The colors on the screen appear vibrant and it resembles the Galaxy Note 10.1.
Samsung is rumored to be releasing the Galaxy Tab 3 Plus at this year's IFA.
The company will introduce this tablet to better compete with Apple's iPad and the Sony Xperia Z tablet, according to SamMobile.
Samsung used a similar strategy when the company launched the Galaxy Tab 7.7 Super AMOLED Plus two years ago. This device received praise from customers and was regarded as one of the best tablets in the market.
With the Galaxy Tab 3, Samsung wants to repeat the formula by providing its customers with a bigger tablet sporting a high-end AMOLED display. It could either be 10 or 11 inches. The company is reportedly testing out different sizes at this time.