By Stephen Schenck | February 1, 2012 12:09 AM
Certifications issued by the WiFi Alliance are certainly revealing a lot about Samsung’s device lineup today. First we saw the publication of documents related to what we think might be the Galaxy S III. There are at least two other news devices also worth our attention on the site, and they appear to be both upcoming Samsung tablets.
Models GT-P3100 and GT-P5100 are listed as smartphones in the paperwork, but Samsung has well-established that models beginning with GT-P7 are part of its Android tablet lineup. Though these models change the prefix slightly, we’re likely still in the same territory.
We’ve heard rumors about one very impressive-sounding Samsung tablet that may be on the horizon, sporting a dual-core Exynos processor and a staggeringly high resolution 2560 x 1600 display, measuring 11.6 inches. Supposedly, there’s a chance Samsung might have this beast ready to go in time for the Mobile World Congress late next month. It very well could be either the 3100 or 5100, or those model numbers might represent other tablets altogether. If we were to be optimistic, we’d say this makes for a pretty good chance of seeing at least two new tablets from Samsung at the MWC; whether or not those will include this quad-core device remains to be seen.