BY | November 7, 2013

 

Reports suggest that Samsung is readying to launch iPad Air killer tablets in the near future. To ensure strong footing in tablet market, Samsung is reportedly working with many new tablets with varied screen sizes. We just heard that Samsung was going to focus a lot more on tablets and low-end phones in 2014. At the moment, the firm is a dominant player in high-end Android phone market, and it hopes to expand its reach to tablet and bottom-line phone markets also.

Validating the reports, many rumors have started to circulate about a number of fresh tablets from Samsung. The company is apparently in the making of a range of large screen tablets like 12.2-inch (Galaxy Note 12.2) and 13.3 inch models, aiming at the enterprise and other large scale users.

Also it is said that the Korean tech giant plans to launch tablets with AMOLED displays, something that Samsung hasn’t done since 2011. Samsung launched Galaxy Tab 7.7 with a Super AMOLED screen two years back. This machine was a failure and didn’t manage to gain traction in the market. That is why Samsung didn’t think about a successor for it.

Now things have changed a lot, and the company is reportedly getting ready to roll out some more outstanding tablets with Super AMOLED and other advanced technologies.

Recently, at its Analyst Day event, Samsung has acknowledged its plan to further focus on tablets in 2014. Local media have said that it already has a number of AMOLED tablets in the pipeline.

Next year, the company will be producing a lot of varieties to tablets as well as smartphones. It has also announced its plan to include 64-bit natively developed CPU cores inside its new phones from next year.

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