Samsung is readying up a host of new Android-based tablets due for release this year, according to a new report.
Sammobile reckons both the Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Note tablet series will see new additions, thanks to a newly acquired list of model numbers.
The article claims ‘at least four new tablets’ are planned, padding out the South Korean tech giant’s ever-brimming product roster.
First up is the Galaxy Tab AS (small) – model number SM-T350/351 – which is tipped to succeed last year’s Galaxy Tab 4 7.0.
Also expected to join the Tab series is the Galaxy Tab AL (large), which has a model number of SM-T550/551, leading on from the Galaxy Tab 4 10.1.
The Note series will also see new entrants, with the SM-P350/351 and the SM-P550/551 expected to land as Wi-Fi/cellular variants of mid-range Note tablets.
The former model numbers are likely to represent smaller form factors – perhaps 7- or 8-inch displays corner to corner.
The latter model numbers would likely signal beefier slates, with screens measuring anywhere up to 10- or 12-inches.
The report claims Samsung has ‘just started work on these devices’, and tells us to ‘
It also tips all the slates to land running Google’s latest Android 5.0 Lollipop OS.