If Hercules were to live in the 21st century and had to undergo a new series of seemingly impossible labors, the first part of the legendary dodekathlon could well be tracking down and keeping count of each and every available Samsung device running Android.
Jokes aside, something like that is clearly no fitting task for a mortal human being anymore, as I’m pretty sure even the company’s execs have lost track of all their Galaxy’s stars. And, believe it or not, the business strategy will continue to be the placing of as many eggs as possible in as many baskets as possible.
Case in point, two mysterious tablets carrying the SM-N601 and SM-N605 model numbers. These have been spotted in a shipping manifest over in India, each priced at Rs. 25,008, or roughly $400.
That means there’s virtually no hope for them to be groundbreakers or pioneers in any way, but instead mere rehashes of existing devices with minor software updates or design makeovers. Best case scenario, they’ll be Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 sequels with Exynos or Snapdragon processors and pre-loaded Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
Then again, their model numbers are quite puzzling, as they resemble the Galaxy Note 3 (aka SM-N900) more than the GTab 3 10.1 (also known as P5220). So could we be looking at budget-friendly flavors of the Note 10.1 2013 after all? Only time will tell.
<Source: Sam Mobile>