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Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6 – what you need to know

We haven’t even had the Galaxy Tab 7.7 over here yet, and already there are rumours flying of Samsung’s next tablet – the Galaxy Tab 11.6

As if we didn’t already have enough Samsung tablets, the South Korean company is rumoured to be readying its next-gen device for unveiling at Mobile World Congress.

MWC is less a month away, and it looks set to one of the most exciting ever. And with a new Galaxy Tab set to be launched, we can’t wait.

The Galaxy Tab range has proved a genuine alternative to the iPad. There might not be a huge difference in price, but with the various models of Galaxy Tab available, there is something for everyone.

It is fair to say that Apple still rules the roost when it comes to the tablet market. But Samsung has been working away steadily, building a solid reputation for itself.

And now the tech giant is gearing up for the next round, with the Galaxy Tab 11.6. So what do we know about this mysterious new tablet?

Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6 display

A number of rumours have popped up surrounding the 11.6, on everything from the under-the-hood specs to the release date.

In terms of display, Samsung looks set to be taking on the iPad 3’s rumoured retina display with a bumper 2560 x 1600 full HD display. So this big screen will get the resolution to match.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6 specs

Rumours about processors have surrounded all of Samsung’s upcoming products ever since it unveiled its Exynos 5250 last year.

But given the size of the new Galaxy Tab’s screen, and the rumoured high-res, a dual core processor packing 2GHz would be very appropriate – and another blow to Apple?

Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6 OS

Samsung’s love affair with Android looks set to continue with the Galaxy Tab 11.6. Samsung always wants to be the best of the best, so we’ll surely see Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich make an appearance.

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