Samsung will unveil an expansive addition to its Galaxy Tab range of Android tablets next month, reports suggest.
According to German technology site TabTech, the unnamed tablet will pack an 11.6 screen that makes it the largest Android slate so far. But because it purportedly features a narrow frame, there’s apparently not much between it and the Tab 10.1 in the bulk-stakes.
Augmenting the package is stylus support a la HTC Flyer and, in news to surprise pretty much no-one, Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) out of the box.
Somewhat disappointingly, if our Teutonic friends can be believed, Sammy’s new challenger will also pack a 2GHz dual-core Core Exynos 5250 and not the super-brawny quad-core processor that the rumour mill led us to expect.
The site claims the Tab 11.6 will pitch up at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) next month, along with a host of other Galaxy-branded devices.
Whether the company’s MWC showcase will include the Galaxy S3 isn’t clear right now, after signs last week emerged that Samsung could hold back on the handset’s European launch.
The move is thought to be aimed at giving the S3 a huge, impactful global release and avoiding a repeat of the delayed arrival of the S2 in the US.