Samsung GT-P5100 tablet appears alongside two unannounced smartphones

Daniel Bader

February 25, 2012 6:00pm

While we know that Samsung won’t be announcing the long-awaited Galaxy S III at Mobile World Congress this week, it appears they will be launching at least one tablet and two phones. A German blog named BestBoyz has obtained photos of a tablet dubbed the GT-P5100 which it purports to have a high definition screen running Android 4.0 with TouchWIZ.

It’s unlikely this is the rumoured iPad 3 competitor Samsung is expected to launch later this year with a large 11.6-inch 2560×1600 pixel display and the dual-core 2Ghz Exynos 5250 processor, as the model number is lower than the current crop of tablets; the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the GT-P7500, for reference. The tablet shown in this photo bears a striking resemblance to the re-done Galaxy Tab 10.1N, the product of a lawsuit lost to Apple in Germany, which claimed Samsung was adhering too closely to the design of the iPad 2.

The two handsets in the picture also look to be of the low- to mid-range variety, with smallish screens and coloured backings. With the conference beginning tomorrow, we’ll know more and then some.

Source: BestBoyz
Via: BGR

  • Joseph

    It looks like the Galaxy Tab variant for the German market.

    • EvanK

      Thank you, Mr. I didn’t read the entire article.

  • Jay

    Looks like its going to be a boring MWC showing from Samhung 🙁

  • deltatux

    Ummm, chances of the Exynos 5250 in that thing is really low as Cortex A15 SoCs aren’t expected until maybe Q4 the earliest… unless that is exactly when that device is actually going to be released…

  • shiftastic

    To me it looks like the yellow phone (bottom) has a projector on the top. The light kinda reflects off it so it should be a piece of glass.

  • Andy

    Yes I agree. That samsung phone looks like it has a pico projector built in the phone. I find it strange that no one beside you and I noticed that.

    • deltatux

      SamsungMobile just posted shots of the phone with a mini projector on their Facebook profile…

  • whocares

    I wish they work on Wind!?!?!?