Samsung will unveil Galaxy Tab 4 and Galaxy Gear 2 alongside its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, ZDNet Korea has learned.
According to local sources Wednesday, Samsung plans to promote all three main categories of smart devices _ smartphones, tablets and wearable _ at its booth in Fira Gran Via as part of its strategy to maintain its lead over all the hottest sectors.
The Korean technology giant has been remaining mute on the Galaxy Tab 4 tablet ahead of MWC but local sources say it will be put on display there.
It is a substantial upgrade from its predecessor, the Galaxy Tab 3, which was powered by a dual-core with memory capacity up to 32 Gigabyte.
Local sources say it is a low-end device aimed at business clients. The world’s biggest smartphone maker earlier said it wanted to ship more tablets as a way to expand its B2B business.
Samsung is dominating the phone market with an overwhelming market share but successes in tablets have been comparatively weaker. The incipient market for wearable is eyed by multiple IT giants including Apple and Google as the next growth engine in the IT market.
The company declined to comment.