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New bluetooth certifications, N5100, P6000, I8730, S7560 and S7710


Last updated: February 17th, 2013 at 12:55 UTC+02:00

Some new upcoming mid-end models by Samsung just got their bleutooth certification. The bluetooth certifications are for the Samsung GT-S7572 and GT-S6312 which we reported earlier. We guess both phones are DUOS devices. Which could mean a low price point between 100 – 300 euro.

Samsung’s new upcoming Galaxy Note device is also listed on Samsung’s own website. Model numbers GT-N5100, GT-N5105 and GT-N5110 which simply means that N5100 is a tablet! not a smaller Galaxy Note II device. The new upcoming tablet is suggested to be the new Galaxy Tab 7.7 which was ben Nee in a couple of countries thanks to some patent problems between Apple and Samsung. We are hoping to see a new SAMOLED diplay tablet by Samsung at MWC. The model numbers indicate that the tablet will come in 3 variants, GT-N5100 3G+WiFi, GT-N5105 LTE+WiFi and GT-N5110 WiFi only.
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Yesterday we reported about the GT-Q1000 and GT-I9505 which have been listed as Android devices in a firmware of the Galaxy S III mini GT-I8190N (NFC model) Today we found out that this firmware listed more new upcoming models. The Samsung P6000 could be the new Galaxy Tab series by Samsung. We also found out the Samsung GT-I8730, GT-S7560 and GT-S7710 those three devices can be the new MID-END Galaxy devices by Samsung. Of course is this little information. We will try to get more information about these models. We even think Samsung will announce these new models in the upcoming months.

Sources: GT-S7572, GT-S6312GT-N5100, GT-I8730, GT-S7560, GT-S7710

Phone Bluetooth CertificationsI8730N5100P6000S7560 and S7710
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