Samsung to unveil 10.1-inch Honeycomb tablet at MWC: Rumored Tablet set to take on Xoom & iPad with 8MP camera & dual-core chip inside!

February 11, 2011, By Shawn Wagnon

It seems like Samsung is planning on launching its very own 10.1-inch Honeycomb Tablet. This after Motorola already has announced the Xoom, which has gained plenty of popularity and following in a very short time. While Samsung has not yet confirmed it, it seems set to launch this unnamed 10.1-inch tablet at the Mobile World Congress 2011 this Sunday. Well, that is what the reports suggest and they also offer a few more unbelievable details.

This new tablet from Samsung is apparently smaller than the apple iPad, but offers a slightly bigger display. Also it is thinner and lighter than the Galaxy Tab that we are already familiar with. All this sounds pretty reasonable. But what does look a bit distant from reality is the dual-core Qualcomm chip, which is said to power it on the inside. This we will believe when we see it.

Then there is the 8 megapixel rear camera and we are sure there is also one in the front for video chat. It seems Samsung is planning on stealing the spotlight from Motorola Xoom by offering a 10.1-inch tablet that runs on Gingerbread. While we wait for more details to come in on this ‘yet to be named’ tablet, we hope this does not lead to a disappointing finale come Sunday.

While there are those who want to call this Tab the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, we will do so when we can confirm that for you. So, Are you ready for another Android tablet?

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