New Samsung Galaxy tablet rumoured to be on the cards
Despite the legal shenanigans with Apple, Samsung has taken the bull by the horns and started to develop its range of products and most notably it tablet devices. Hot on the heels of the latest Galaxy Note, it has been reported that the Asian manufacturer is going to launch another Galaxy Note tablet. This one is version 7.
Unfortunately, no one is certain whether this rumour will come to fruition, as Samsung has apparently gone coy and taken a leaf out of Apple’s book; however, the rumour is apparently gaining ground and the company may be forced to confirm or deny it at some point in the near future.
How do such rumours start circulating? In this case it seems that two devices with the prefix GT-N were being tested by an organisation called the DNLA Alliance. This particular body tests gadgets to see how they work with other network devices. It seems that when the previous Samsung Galaxy tablet devices were being test by DNLA, they possessed the same prefix.
In associated news, it is being reported that sales of Google’s Nexus 7 tablet are reaching one million per month. This particular gadget is manufactured by Asus, whose chief financial officer, David Chang, said: “At the beginning, it was, for instance, 500,000 units a month, then maybe 600,000, 700,000. This latest month, it was close to one million.”
The Asus version of the tablet is just one of a number of variations that Google decided to get manufactured to compete more effectively with Apple.