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Samsung WiFi certified for 3 appliances, supposedly the Galaxy S III and two tablets, one of which may have a 11.6 inch screen and dual-core 2GHz.
Samsung got three new certificates for their Wifi devices with code names P3100, P5100 and i9300, according to UnwiredView. The i9300 will be the successor to Galaxy S II, S III Galaxy (or Galaxy S Plus II?). on the other two should be two tablets, one of them, the new flagship, the other can be a competitor to Kindle Fire.
As for the i9300 forget for now, because Samsung has denied the presentation of the Galaxy S III in the MWC. Therefore we must take into account the tablets to be submitted in late February, which will take place at the MWC in Barcelona.
This rumor is not new but has gained strength in recent days, with an article Android and Me, which indicates that the site creator, when he made a visit to the backstage of Samsung at CES 2012, saw a prototype tablet with a screen top to 10 inches, it may be that this has been said.
The site Android and Me took several pictures of this prototype, but was told to delete photos by Samsung itself, when the time had no idea that anyone would be one tablet.
Returning to the 11.6-inch tablet, you should have a dual-core processor at 2GHz and will have Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwitch. The resolution is impressive, it will be the first Full HD tablet with 2.560 × 1.600 p.
However, the rumor becomes stronger when the German site TadTech indicates that the 11.6-inch tablet will be presented at the Mobile World Congress. It also indicates that the new tablet will have the technology S-pen, which is present in the Note and Samsung Galaxy that has differentiated and given success to the new gadget of the South Korean company, which sold 1 million Galaxys Notes in 2 months .
Here is a possible design of the new tablet, made by TadTech, comparing it to the Samsung Galaxy 10.1N.