At least four mid-end new Galaxy slates seem poised for formal introductions over the next few months.
Both the Galaxy Tab A and Tab A Plus mark significant branding departures from typical company policy. The latter sets itself apart in another key area, namely productivity, being the first of its kind to allegedly sport an S Pen.
So, the 8 and 9.4-inch Tab A Plus shall carry stylus support. The only other difference between them and 8 and 9.4-inch standard Tab A models should be RAM capacity, tipped at 2 and 1.5 GB respectively.
The rest of the specifications are really nothing to write about, including sub-par stuff like 1,024 x 768 pix res screens, and quad-core Snapdragon 410 processing power. 8-inch versions will rely on 4,200 mAh cells to keep the lights on, while 9.7 inchers are to up the ante to 6,000 mAh.