Samsung unveils its plan to issue market tablet computers in 2014




Samsung unveils its plan to issue market tablet computers in 2014
Revealed “Samsung” its intention to disclose the new range of tablet computers this year, as part of its plan to compete with the “Apple” on top of the tablet market.

He said, “Kim Jong-Han” CEO “Samsung”, during the announcement of quarterly earnings for the Korean company, said his company plans to launch Tablet PCs aimed at the business class in particular, during the year 2014.

The executive director of the company “Samsung” that his company plans to market the tablet computers this year also include disclosure of more devices with large high-resolution screen.

The “Samsung” has been revealed since the beginning of this year, about five computers Tablets new, they are the “Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4” and “Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1” and “Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2”, and “Galaxy Note Pro 12.2” and “Galaxy Tab 3 Lite. ”

Among the devices that are revealed by Samsung, in Jan., two computers for Ohieddin possess larger screen measuring 10.1 inches, the two trade my “Galaxy Note Pro 12.2” and “Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2”, Almsudan screen measuring 12.2 inches.

This, noted, “Han Kim Jong” to faith “Samsung” launch more computers developed in a series of “Galaxy Tab”, a series of computers tablet’s main “Samsung”.

And put the South Korean company Hawwasabha tablet within the two series are the “Galaxy Tab” and “Galaxy Note”, prior to the expansion of chains tablet devices have to announce two new devices within the two series are “Knott Galaxy Pro” and “Galaxy Tab Pro.”

The “Samsung” comes in second place behind the “Apple” in the market for tablet computers, where as much as a report on the market tablet computers in the fourth quarter of 2013, the company dominated the U.S. share of 29.7 percent, followed by the Korean company at about 17.4 percent of the market.
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