Those recent rumors regarding the a new 7-inch tablet from Samsung looks as though they could be true because a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 GLBenchmark has appeared and confirms the existence of the smaller tablet, which is said to be a direct rival for the Nexus 7. We’ve already seen the new Tab 3 showing itself off for the world, but it still hasn’t been officially confirmed.
The model number is the Samsung GT-P3200 and looks more likely to be a 7-inch tablet, although there are suggestions that it could be 8-inch also. Looking at the benchmark results we can tell what the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will/could be.
From the leaked news we have learned that Samsung’s next Tab 3 could come with a processor clocked between 200-1,500Mhz, although we assume that it would be nearer the higher figure. There could also be a Mali-400MP GPU and a screen resolution of 1280×800. So far that’s all we can make out, but we are sure that the new tablet will be headed to MWC later this month.
We have to wonder if this is the real deal because Samsung had already said that they had scrapped plans for a 7-inch version of their Tab and would concentrate on the 10.1-inch version instead, which we have to say is conflicting when you consider the other reports from above.
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