Samsung looks like at present working to dispatch its upcoming products. Two new tablets from the Korean electronics giant company have been covered on Zauba, an India-based import/export firm before of the astonishing CES unveiling event. Initially reported by Techtastic, the tablets being referred to are accepted to be the Samsung Galaxy Tab 5, and believed as the successor to the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite.
As indicated by the stock slip, the first tablet is codenamed SM-T555. It is required to be the successor of the Galaxy 4 Tab 10.1 and will probably be known as the Galaxy Tab 5. The Galaxy 4 Tab 10.1 was released earlier this year in three special versions – the Wi-Fi only model SM-T530, the 3G and Wi-Fi model SM-T531, and the 4G, 3G and Wi-Fi model SM-T535. The tablet brandishes a 10.1-inch screen of 1280 x 800 pixels. It is controlled by a Snapdragon 400 processor with 1.5GB of RAM. Its successor, the Galaxy Tab 5 is prone to come combined with a 64-bit Snapdragon 410 processor and run on the Android 5.0 Lollipop with Touchwiz 5.0.
The second tablet that has been spotted is codenamed SM-T116 comes with a price sticker of around $100. A comparative model was spotted on the benchmark database website Geekbench in November recently. As indicated by the data on the website, the SM-T116 is a affordable budget tablet that powered by the Android Kitkat 4.4 and is controlled by a 1.2GHz ARM Sc8830 Quad-Core processor matched with 1GB of RAM.
With CES around the company could uncover the tablets at the tradeshow.