RUMOUR: Samsung GT-P8110 “Manta” 11.8” or 10.1” screen, Exynos 5250 and more

As the rumours speak Google and Samsung are going to release together an NEXUS tablet.
This NEXUS tablet would be the first high-end Android tablet by Samsung that could beat the new iPad.
According to the latest rumours this tablet will have a 10.1-inch 2560 × 1600 (299ppi) and a Exynos 5250 dual-core Cortex-A15 processor.
This weekend the code name of the new “NEXUS” called Manta leaked. We of SamMobile just checked our archive. And we can confirm this is a tablet that use as code: GT-P8110 (Wifi only)
Samsung wants to introduce the GT-P8110 in 2 variants 16 and 32 GB the color would be: Charcoal Gray.
If we can believe the codename and code self this tablet is a Wi-Fi only based tablet. Of course there is a big chance that Samsung also bring a 3G/LTE version. (GT-P8100)

We can’t wait till October 29.

Funny detail, this model code headed up at FCC since begin August with a rumoured screen of 11.8” resolution of 2560 × 1600.
So if we can believe the latest rumours is the Samsung Manta a 11.8” or 10.1”  NEXUS tablet, based on Android 4.2 with a Exynos 5250 dual-core Cortex-A15 processor.


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3 years 2 months ago

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BJ van Beethoven
4 years 7 months ago

@Tom5 If you’re already paying for a data connection on your phone why pay for another connection on your tablet? Just use the tethering function Google has so kindly provided with their OS.

@BeyongGalaxy If it’s going to be a Nexus tab I doubt there will be any Samsung/TouchWiz functions.

4 years 7 months ago

It would be even nicer if it comes with SPen and a combined UI functions from both SIII and Note II with front and back cameras.

4 years 7 months ago

About time – now iPad is not only going to feel its own heat from the battery, but from this tablet which I doubt if the mini will exert any thread at all. :)

4 years 7 months ago

I hope they’ll release a 3g version too. Why do manufacturers think WiFi is enough (Nexus 7)? You go out of your house and you’re lost of connectivity.