In step with knowledgeable hearsay-mongers BGR, Samsung are set to unveil an eleven.6” pill with some iPad-beating specs.
The Galaxy Tab eleven.6 or Galaxy Tab HD as it could be identified, reportedly will ship with an incredible decision of 2560 x 1600 for a closing pixel density of 260.25 pixels per inch – virtually exactly the identical because the anticipated iPad three, however on a somewhat greater scale.
According to the source, this enlarged screen will make use of a dramatically thinner bezel, making the whole chassis not much bigger than the existing 10.1” slate. As well as packing an impressive display, the new tablet will also include a dual core CPU clocked at 2 GHz. This is expected to based on the same ARM Cortex A15 chip as the iPad 3’s A6 processor.
The Galaxy Tab HD will also include the latest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, and its NFC capabilities, including the Android Beam for easy sharing between the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the new tablet.
The Samsung Galaxy HD is expected to be announced at the Consumer Electronics Expo in January or the Mobile World Congress in February, followed by a release before March and the iPad 3.
All in all, it looks like Android’s best hope yet of raiding the Apple orchard in the tablet space.