Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus gets Bluetooth certification, might have LTE

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus gets Bluetooth certification, might have LTE
One of the tablets that Samsung is rumored to be working on is the GT-P8200, also referred to as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus. Allegedly, it will come with a 10-inch, 2560 by 1600 pixel display – the very same one found on the Google Nexus 10, and a dual-core Samsung Exynos 5 SoC running at 1.7GHz, meaning that we're most likely dealing with a premium quality product. 

Little more is known about the device at this time, yet another piece of the puzzle just surfaced out of the Bluetooth SIG database. Apparently, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will come in multiple variations, one of which will probably have cellular connectivity. 

Or at least that's how we'd interpret the existence of a Samsung GT-P8220 device, revealed by the Bluetooth SIG. In fact, it is speculated that this Galaxy Tab 3 model will support 4G LTE, although there is no mention of such connectivity on the product's Bluetooth certification page.  

Whether Samsung will make the new Galaxy Tab 3 tablets official soon is anyone's guess. How many new devices we should be expecting is not clear either, but rumor has it that a 7-inch model might not be coming.

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