It's no doubt that the Galaxy Note line has been a success so far. Last year we were introduced to the original Galaxy Note device at IFA. Although it didn't make it's way to the US until early this year on AT&T, and never really made it to T-Mobile. Then at Mobile World Congress back in February we were introduced to the Galaxy Note 10.1. And at IFA in August we were introduced to the Galaxy Note 2. Now it looks like Samsung is looking to add another tablet to the Galaxy Note lineup, as a new listing for model GT-N5110 suggests. And all "GT-N" models have been a Galaxy Note in the past.
This new listing also shows the device has DLNA certification with digital media server and playback capabilities. Based on Samsung's past tablets, we would guess this would be somewhere between a 7 and 9-inch tablet. Trying to bridge the gap between the Note 2 which is 5.5" and the Note 10.1, which is 10.1" of course. But as far as we know, it's just a leak and nothing is official yet. But we might see this at CES in January.
Anyone looking for a new Samsung tablet, and not liking how the Nexus 10 is looking? You might want to keep your eye on this device. We'll be sure to keep you up to date with information on this device.