Samsung has plans to unveil one or two new tablets at Mobile World Congress next month, at least that’s the way it looks if supply chain rumors are to be believed. It’s not too surprising, though, considering Samsung’s proclivity for volume. But sources claim these tablets will be notable because they’ll sport AMOLED displays.
A report from ETNews says the Korean company will begin mass producing AMOLED displays for tablets in February—possibly for a 8-inch and 10-inch models. At CES earlier this year, Samsung unveiled new 12.2-inch, 8.4-inch and 10.1-inch pro tablets, which come with S Pen capabilities and the company’s new Magazine-inspired UI. If mass production begins so soon, it’s possible Samsung will have early models ready to announce at the show.
No other details about Samsung’s upcoming AMOLED tablets have been revealed, but we could be hearing about them relatively soon. There’s a possibility Samsung won’t be able to produce enough units for a debut next month, but the company is allegedly scrambling to push production into high gear. If you were left unimpressed by Samsung’s offerings at CES this year, it appears the company will have something even more premium to show next month.