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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 GT-P8220 Bluetooth certification arrives

Details have slowly been leaking for the Galaxy Tab 3 and while we have seen several possible model numbers mentioned, we have yet to see any sort of official announcement from Samsung. Some had believed the announcement was going to happen during Mobile World Congress, but as we now know, that was not the case. Anyway, while it would be nice to talk of word from Samsung, it looks like we have additional details coming from a recently discovered Bluetooth SIG filing.

Samsung GT-P8200 tablet looks to be heading towards Europe

It is not as if we needed further evidence of the Samsung GT-P8200 tablet, however thanks to a recent Bluetooth SIG filing we may now have an idea of where this particular tablet is heading. According to the report, the geographic availability is Europe. Granted, that does not necessarily mean we will not see this model in other regions, however it looks destined to arrive first for those in Europe.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 benchmark filing suggest a MWC announcement

Additional Galaxy Tab 3 details have recently been revealed. These latest are benchmark results and all things considered, it is looking more and more as if Samsung will officially unveil the tablet during Mobile World Congress. These benchmarks are shown as being for the GT-P3200, which is codenamed Santos. Of course, as we have seen in previous leaks, the P3200 is only one of a few possible Galaxy Tab 3 tablet variants.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 details begin to leak

While Samsung has yet to offer any sort of confirmation at this point, it looks like some early details have begun to leak for the next-generation Galaxy Tab tablet. In this case, that would be the Galaxy Tab 3 and it looks like Samsung will continue the trend and offer two models -- one with a 7-inch display and one with a 10.1-inch display.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 still banned from store shelves

Samsung was hit with a huge fine during its court battle with Apple in a copyright infringement lawsuit last month. Samsung ended up having to pay just a little over $1 billion to Apple, which certainly isn't chump change by any means. The good news is that Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet was found not to be infringing on any of Apple's design patents this time around. However, the tablet suffered a different fate back in June, when the court thought that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was most likely infringing on Apple's designs. That was enough to have the tablet banned from being sold in the US.
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