Apparently, there will be a new Android tablet model coming from Samsung’s R&D lab, since three new UAProfs (User Agent Profiles) have shown us three separate variants of a single tablet model. While UAProfs don’t always provide accurate information, it seems that Samsung may be planning to launch the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Plus.

Three code names are mentioned, SM-P900 (3G and WiFi), SM-P901 (WiFi-Only) and SM-P905 (4G/LTE, 3G and WiFi). We get little details so far, but it appears that the tablet will have an impressive 2560 x 1600 screen resolution; comparable to Google’s Nexus 10 tablet.

All of them will be running the newer Jelly Bean OS version, the Android 4.2. These devices have “P” in their model number, which indicate their Galaxy Tab identity and the lack of no S-Pen support. Given the high resolution offered by these devices, it’s quite likely that they have 10.1” display. With all these assumptions, the most likely commercial name for the tablet could be Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 (10.1) Plus.

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