Samsung has started taking tablets of various sizes; well it's more like they're making them instead. While the Korea-based company has already showcased the 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab at their MWC event along with the Galaxy SII smartphone, there’s news now that Samsung will also bring out an 8.9-inch version of the Galaxy Tab.
An 8.9-inch Galaxy Tab ftw
An event invitation for CTIA (the International Association for the Wireless Telecommunications Industry) that is supposed to be held at Orlando, US on March 22nd hints at an 8.9-inch tablet. Well, pretty much does. The invite starts off with “What’s your Tab life?” with the numbers 78910 written below. While we’ve seen the 7-inch Galaxy Tab and then there’s the 10-inch tablet they showed at MWC. That leaves us with the two digits which indicate at an 8.9-inch tablet!
Although there’s no “rumored specs” of this one, it just might be running on Honeycomb looking at the design pattern at the bottom left of the tablet. And Honeycomb also means that the tablet could be powered by a dual-core (probably Tegra 2 as we’ve seen with the Xoom, G-Slate, Galaxy Tab 10.1-inch and more) processor. Anyway, March 22nd here we come!
Publish date: March 1, 2011 12:52 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 7:23 pm