Samsung plans to unveil a Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9-inch tablet in addition to the already-announced Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1-inch device and the very popular Samsung Galaxy Tab. The South Korean technology company has not disclosed any more details about its Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 plans. It is apparently clear that the proposed tablet will be slightly bigger than Samsung’s 2010 Galaxy Tab. And it will be smaller than Samsung’s World Mobile Congress 2011-uncovered Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1; indeed, a device with a 10.1-inch display.
It is not certain on which software update Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 will run. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is slated to play on Google Honeycomb, Google’s tablet customized Android version, also named Google Android 3.0. The speculated tablet update may hit the U.S. market next month, reports indicate. Certainly, it is anticipated that Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 will compete with alternative products from other companies such as HP TouchPad, LG Optimus Pad and HTC Flyer and so on.
Samsung has so far unveiled a number of Google Android devices at the WMC 2011 and CES 2011. They include Galaxy S smartphone’s second version, Samsung Galaxy S2, two Apple iPod Touch killers Galaxy S WiFi 4.0 and Galaxy S WiFi 5.0 and a smartphone, Galaxy Infuse 4G.