A short while back we announced that Samsung is getting ready to release four different models for the Galaxy Tab 3, including a Plus version packing more powerful specs. Galaxy Tab 3 is one of the devices that were expected to be announced during MWC this year.


The Plus variant for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus is said to come in both WiFi and LTE versions. It has been rumored recently that Samsung will join the likes of HTC and present its latest releases during a separate event and not hold a press conference at MWC next month. Weather this is true or not we’ll just have to wait and see. The Tab 3 will be joining the Note 8.0 in an announcement that will probably come next month. Meanwhile…


The Galaxy Tab 3 Plus is said to be codenamed the GT-P8200 though we’ve seen other variants circling the internet. Anyway the latest source to reveal some specs of the device is TechKiddy that managed to get an AnTuTu Benchmark result showing how the tablet fares against the competition. From the benchmark we find that the Tab 3 Plus is powered by a 1.7 GHz Exynos 5 dual-core chip and runs Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean. It also confirms the 10.1-inch screen size and adds the resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels. So there you have it. A new Nexus 10 is on its way. We expect further details soon enough.