Seoul: Samsung once again eyeing to capture tablet market, as company returning to AMOLED Display with high- end features.
According to reports on Friday, Samsung plans to infuse its new top-end Android tablets with AMOLED display technology, just like its best-selling smartphones.
Samsung has used LCD technology for it’s Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Note tablets, but the Digital Daily publication in the tech giant’s South Korean homeland reckons changes are afoot.
According to the report, Samsung has high-end 8-inch and 10-inch AMOLED tablets on deck, which it is preparing to announce early next year.
The company still plans to use LCD displays for its lower-end tablets, but the big boys are getting AMOLED from here on in.
According to reports that Samsung is keen to launch one of the new tablets alongside the Galaxy S5 smartphone.
Reports this week suggested the flagship Galaxy S5 may arrive as soon as February this year, with Samsung apparently concerned about slowing Galaxy S4 sales.
However, it would be a real surprise if Samsung veered from its traditional May/June release schedule for its top handset.