Normally, a company’s product roadmap, developed at the start of the year or end of the previous year, is strictly confidential.
However, Samsung’s entire tablet and wearable lineup for 2019 has been leaked courtesy of CashKaro. According to the source, the leaked data is authentic and has been acquired via legitimate sources.
Samsung’s leaked tablets and wearables are in line with the previous releases from the company, but I would advise you to take this post with a grain of salt.
Samsung Book 3
Samsung is expected to launch this tablet by the third quarter of this year. Most information about the product is under wraps but we do know that it succeeds Book 2 launched last year. Book 2 featured a Snapdragon 850 SoC paired with 4 GB RAM and 128 GB built-in storage. So, we are expecting something on the higher-end specifications wise.
Samsung Tab S5
This tablet, like Book 3 belongs to the premium segment and will be launched in the third quarter of 2019. The tablet is expected to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset, with 6 GB RAM and 512 GB internal storage.
Now for the mid-range or entry-level segment, Samsung has lined up Tab S5e, the stylus-toting Tab A 8.0 and Tab A 10.1 along with a new 8-inch tablet that we haven’t heard of yet. It looks like Samsung is going to launch a new tablet series altogether.
For the B2B category, Samsung is gearing up to launch Samsung Tab Active 2 in the third quarter, with no specifications leaked so far.
For wearables, Samsung is going to launch a number of different smartwatches and fitness bands.
In the third quarter, for the premium segment, Samsung is looking to launch Samsung Galaxy Watch 2 44mm and 40mm models. Both models will follow up on the previously launched Samsung Galaxy Watch 46mm and 42mm with high-end specifications.
Mid-range and Entry-level
In the mid-range market, Samsung is going to launch the Galaxy Watch Active and Fit 2 pro. The latter will be an upgrade to the previously launched Fit 2 Pro. We are expecting some new features for the Fit 2 Pro.
Lastly, for the entry-level wearables, the leaked roadmap shows Galaxy Fit and Fit-e which have been launched already.