Samsung Android tablet UAProfs show up, could be high-end Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Plus

Samsung Android tablet UAProfs show up, could be high-end Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Plus
It looks like there is a new high-end Android tablet from Samsung on the way. Three new User Agent Profiles (UAProfs) have appeared that seem to line up with three different variants of the same tablet. UAProfs aren't the most reliable source of information, but if they are to be believed, it looks like a high-end Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Plus could be on the horizon.

The three UAProfs are for the SM-P900, SM-P901, and SM-P905 devices from Samsung. They are expected to line-up with the standard tablet variants of 3G (SM-900), WiFi-only (SM-901), and LTE (SM-905). There isn't a lot of info in the UAProfs, but the big info in there is that the tablets have display resolutions of 2560x1600, which puts them on par with the Nexus 10. All of the tablets are listed running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, as well. 

The assumption is that the tablets are in the Galaxy Tab series because the "P" in a Samsung tablet model number tends to indicate that there is no S-Pen support, which would put these in the Tab series rather than Note. And, given the display resolution, it's likely that they are 10.1" tablets rather than a smaller screen size. 

We'll keep an eye out for more info.

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14 Comments

1. imkyle

Posts: 1115; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

About time Sammy got into the high end tablet market.

9. zhiae unregistered

i want octa 1080p amoled just front facing cam and mic

2. livyatan

Posts: 867; Member since: Jun 19, 2013

About time yes, but it is also a very bad time because of the iPad 5. Samsung needs to put this tablet on the very edge of their abilities or else the new iPad will take all the spotlights again. Just wait and see the media storm after the slim, light, premium looking iPad 5 goes out, with quad core next generation Swift, SGX Rogue GPU and iOS7. With the Tablet Z, Sony has gotten a chance to proliferate themselves into Android tablet leader imo, and they can mount a decent challenge to iPad 5 with the Z's successor

5. Shatter

Posts: 2036; Member since: May 29, 2013

We need an updated Nexus 10 with a quad core baytrail or octa core a15 (8 cores not that stupid big.little crap.)

10. yahoo29

Posts: 71; Member since: Sep 15, 2012

but if an 8 a15 it will just eat your battery.

13. Berzerk000

Posts: 4275; Member since: Jun 26, 2011

8 A15 cores would drain your battery in an hour.

7. Jason2k13

Posts: 1462; Member since: Mar 28, 2013

sorry but the sales of the tablet Z is very poor, there is basically no marketing on it, and it seems like sony is not giving it enough attention. I personally tried playing around with the sony tablet Z and everything is working fine untill you hear the loud speaker, its very poor and making me not want to buy it anymore, and im sure many others especially the average consumer would agree. Playing music or games would sound horrible on it.

3. Wiki_jaan

Posts: 704; Member since: Jun 24, 2012

nah.... when ever samsung add 'plus' to it devices specs more worse than original..... just like s2 plus tab2 plus......etc

4. Maaaaaaaaster

Posts: 21; Member since: Apr 19, 2012

The " samsung galaxy tab three ten point one plus" a bit of a mouthfull...anyway specs look good.

6. Muzammil

Posts: 6; Member since: Jul 11, 2013

good joke

8. mui2g6

Posts: 20; Member since: Dec 12, 2012

No thx i'd still prefer da tablet z

12. iushnt

Posts: 3103; Member since: Feb 06, 2013

to use in swimming pool..:p

11. cR203

Posts: 209; Member since: Jan 27, 2013

Bout time Samsung brings out a high end tablet. I've been looking for a replacement for my nexus 10 which annoys me at this point.

14. james004

Posts: 486; Member since: May 15, 2013

Great specs, sh*try design. Typical Samsung.

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