Samsung Might Unveil Two Android 4.0-Based Tablets at MCW
Samsung is expected to launch two new Android tablets running on the Ice Cream Sandwich platform at this year’s upcoming Mobile World Congress.
This new event might buoy up the the Korean mobile giant after they endured several weeks of stress from the multiple suits filed against them by Apple. Moreover, the company went low-profile at this year’s CES tradeshow in Las Vegas.
In the Mobile World Congress to be held in Barcelona this year, however, Samsung might once again seek to reclaim their spot as the number one Android tablet in terms of sales. It bears mentioning that they had been displayed from this spot after holding it for some time by Amazon’s Kindle Fire, the full-color multi-touch display e-reader from the retail giant.
To be able to achieve this, the Korean company might launch at least two new models of the popular Samsung Galaxy Tab. These new models might have quad-core central processing units and have Wi-Fi connectivity. Moreover, they may have screens which measure 11.6 inches and have a pixel display resolution of 2560 x 1600.
Other analysts, however, believe that if Samsung makes any announcements in the Mobile World Congress, these will not be major, and will thus, not pertain to the said new models.