I suppose Samsung is applying a similar marketing strategy to that of its tablet range as what it has been doing with its collection of smartphones – which is to roll out as many models as possible to the masses, hoping that there is a little bit of something for everyone along the way to keep them happy and satiated. Having said that, a couple of models have leaked out on the Samsung Scandinavia website, where they are the SM-T360 and SM-T365.
These two could very well end up as a 9” tablet under the Tab 4 range, and who knows? They might even be part of a budget oriented family instead of residing on the high end side of things, but until something official and a whole lot more concrete arrives, we cannot really tell. Not only that, they could be similar tablets but variants of a particular model, or two different tablets altogether.
The folks over at LG of South Korea do seem to be a pretty busy bunch at the moment, with a slew of names having appeared, touting themselves to be upcoming handsets that need trademarks filed for their names so that there will be no needless lawsuits down the road. Let us take a closer look at some of the names – there is the LG G3 Beat which is touted to be the China-only version of the LG G3 mini (which isn’t even officially in existence, actually), alongside the G3 Lite, G3 Vigor, and G3 Vista.
It is said that the LG G3 Lite could be an alternative name for the LG G3 mini, while the G3 Vista might be connected to Verizon, since there is a rumor going around that Verizon could be offering an LG G Vista down the road. As for the G3 Vigor, only time will be able to tell as to what kind of smartphone this particular model will be.