Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 to land in April
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 could be launched in April, alongside the Galaxy S4 smartphone
Samsung may hold back the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 to prevent it from getting lost under all the announcements due at the show, just like HTC with its M7 launch.
We already know the Samsung Galaxy S4 won't be announced at Mobile World Congress, but instead it will launch in April or May.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 may be the only device to arrive from the Korean manufacturer, which will certainly be a disappointment to those who have waited through CES for some kind of interesting launch.
We should apparently expect two new devices to launch under the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 moniker: a 7-inch device and a 10.1-inch device to replace the Galaxy Tab second generation tablets.
According to SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 series will feature 5-megapixel cameras, optional 3G/4G connectivity and 32 or 64GB built in storage.
Rumors around the running of the device suggest it'll pack in an Exynos 5 Octa and 2GB RAM for lightning fast speeds.
However, we still think the Galaxy Note 3 is the most exciting rumor to hit the newswires as of late.
Rumors around the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 seem to suggest it will include a 6.3-inch device, with an Exynos 5 octo core (or rather dual quad core) processor for battery management and speedy app multitasking, video streaming and general use.