Wake up and smell the coffee: Samsung Espresso 10 and Espresso 7 tablets to launch this June?

Wake up and smell the coffee: Samsung Espresso 10 and Espresso 7 tablets to launch this June?
A leaked internal Samsung document obtained from FrAndroid shows that two new tablets, the Samsung Espresso 7 and the Samsung Espresso 10, are seemingly getting set for a June launch. The internal document is for Samsung's Smart TV line and mentions the Smart View app that allows Samsung's mobile devices to connect with its television sets.

The Samsung Espresso 10 is listed on the document as having a June launch while the release of the smaller Samsung Espresso 7 is TBD. Both tablets are said to be launching with Android 4.0 installed out of the box. As for what's under the hood, we could speculate that the two tablets will be powered by quad-core Exynos processors and offer up HD resolution screens (with pixel density high enough to challenge the Retina display on the new Apple iPad), but until the official specs are released it is all a guessing game. We don't even know if the Espresso models are legit.

On the assumption that it is all on the up and up, the Samsung Espresso 10 could end up as the manufacturer's chief iPad competition for the year.

source: FrAndroid (translated) via UnwiredView

UPDATE: Sorry to disappoint you, but the rumored Samsung Espresso tablets are most likely the Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0) and Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1). The image we have here is a screenshot from one of the models' system information screen. We spotted several references to "Espresso", so that could have just been an internal code name, not the name of an upcoming device.


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