Read here the latest rumours about the expected Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.
According to the latest reports, most probably, Samsung will be launching the new Tab at the IFA 2013, which will be taking place in Berlin in the coming September. Samsung will be launching the Tab along with the Note 8. While the new Galaxy Tab device will feature the same screen size of 8inches, as the Galaxy Note 8.0, there is to be one major difference: the Tab will be Full HD.
The Galaxy Tab 8.0, would probably feature a 1920×1080 AMOLED display. The high contrast technology that powers the display seems to be becoming the trademark of Samsung's Galaxy S line of smartphones. And of course it serves a much higher-end experience.
Though the full specification details of Galaxy Tab 8 are not yet revealed, keeping in mind the high resolution display, we can predict blindly that the Tab will be feature rich. It is for sure will be yet another Samsung Galaxy product with high end features. The feature rich specs sheet will include an Exynos 5 Octa processor, which packs four low-power cores alongside four high-performance cores in order to offer longer battery life, or a top-end Qualcomm Snapdragon chip. The device will most probably have at least 2GB of RAM. The Operating System of the device will be Android 4.2, which definitely will be peeled off using Samsung's TouchWiz software.
The Rumour mill does not stop by this. It goes on to the expected disadvantages too. According to the rumours, the Tab 8 will be lacking the smart Stylus pen- the S pen, which was a star when the previous Tab was released. That might be reason for the users to go for a lower end Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung has not come up with any comments regarding these rumours. They have neither accepted, nor denied even the news of the production of a new Tab device. Thus far, Samsung has not offered comment on the rumours, refusing to confirm or deny that a Galaxy Tab 8.0 is in the works.
The rumoured Tab 8 is marked as a threat to the expected next generation of iPad Mini and Google's Second generation of Nexus 7.