In its latest quarterly report, Samsung unveiled two new tablets: the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the Samsung Note 7.
The Galaxy Tab is a tablet with a 10.5-inch touchscreen and a 5.2-inch HD Super AMOLED screen, while the Note 7 is a more compact 8.9-inch tablet with the same display but a smaller, 1.5mm thickness.
Both devices feature Samsung’s newest “Hybrid” screen technology, which lets users see a larger display on a smaller screen.
Samsung has said the new tablet will be released in April.
But in addition to the Galaxy Tab and Note 7, Samsung also introduced the Galaxy Note 7 Lite, a 10-inch, 3GB version of the tablet that comes with a 256GB microSD card.
The Note 7 also comes with Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box, which is available for $299.
Samsung also added a new stylus and new fingerprint scanner.
The tablet is expected to hit stores in April, with preorders beginning today.