At the Mobile World Congress held last February, Samsung only ended up announcing the Galaxy Note 8.0 and its wireless charging capabilities. However, it was really slated to introduce several tablets but for some reason, they focused on one major product and other mid-range devices.
Some of the Bluetooth-enabled devices for Samsung were already listed at the Bluetooth SIG and one of these is Galaxy Tab 3 Plus. It looks like an LTE version will also be on the way. Furthermore, the SIG confirms that the LTE edition will be released in Europe. No information exists when it will also be released elsewhere but it will be seen in various markets soon.
This is possibly the No. 1 tablet for the Korean giant this year. However, we could be wrong and the company might just come out with a tablet that has closer specs with the Galaxy S 4, Exynos Octa or possibly even one that has a higher RAM, who knows?