Apart from readying two new tablets with AMOLED displays, it appears that Samsung may also introduce a 13.3-inch tablet this year. Or at least it seems to be working on one.
According to GSM Arena, the 13.3-inch Samsung tablet is codenamed “Warhol”, and should run Android 4.4 KitKat with Samsung’s latest software customization. There should be two models: T910 (Wi-Fi only) and T911 (3G). There’s no mention of an LTE model, but this could have the model number T915.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like the screen of this tablet is the 13.3-inch AMOLED panel with 3,200 x 1,800 pixels that Samsung showcased last year. Instead, it might be an LCD screen with 2,560 x 1,600 pixels and a 227ppi density. The 13.3-inch tablet may be yet another Galaxy Tab Pro - since we already have a pretty large Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2.
GSM Arena also revealed the codenames of Samsung’s long-rumored AMOLED tablets (detailed earlier this month). The 10.5-inch T800 model is known as "Chagall", while the 8.4-inch T700 model is known as "Klimt". As you can see, all three upcoming tablets have codenames that come from painters (Marc Chagall, Gustav Klimt, Andy Warhol). Anyway, both the T800 and T700 are likely going to be launched as part of a new Galaxy Tab S series.
There is still no word on when Samsung intends to officially introduce these new tablets. But we’ll be here to let you know when more details about them are available.
source: GSM Arena