Samsung has been inundating the news this past year with their constant new releases that have dominated the mobile phone and tablet market. Now it seems that they are doing it again, even in this late stage of the year.
Rumours have spiralled since the Korean manufacturer filed a registration for a device named GT-N5100 this week, a product which is said to be the Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung took the high end of the tablet market by storm after releasing the Galaxy Nexus 10 with Google this year, whilst the company’s Note 2 provided a highly successful device that bridged the gap between the smartphone and tablet market. Now it would seem that the GT-N5100, or Note 7, will fill the void created by these two devices.
It has been suggested that the Note 7 will feature a 7 inch screen with a screen resolution of 1280 x 800- a slightly higher quality than Apple’s iPad Mini. The tablet, much like all Samsung handsets, will be run by a quad-core dual processor with a speed of 1.6 GHz. The tablet will also be run by Android’s latest Jelly Bean operating system, observers have speculated.
As ever, we won’t know more until the Korean company officially unveil the final device, but it’s always fun to speculate. Whether the Note 7 will be revealed at the CES in January, or whether we will have to wait for the Mobile World Congress in February, only time will tell.