Samsung files for a DLNA certification for GT-N5110
Of what seems to be an early preparation for their next year’s lineup, the South Korean tech giant has filed for a DLNA certification for a device dubbed as the GT-N5110. From the looks of things, it seems that Samsung is looking to add another Galaxy Note to their portfolio.
The rumor about this device being a Galaxy Note originated from the fact that it shares the same model number pattern as the Notes before it (GT-N7000 Note 5.3, GT-N8000 Note 10.1 and GT7100 Note II). Other sites have speculated that Samsung is looking to bridge the gap between their 5-inch and 10-inch offerings by adding 7 or 8-inch tablet to the product line. Although it does sound viable, we have a different take on this guessing game.
In our opinion, the fact that the device has a lower number suggests that it may be a smaller Galaxy Note rather than a bigger one. It’s similar to what Samsung did with SGS3 (i9300) when they release the S3 Mini (i8190). If you think about it, it does make sense for Samsung to make a smaller version of the Galaxy Note (maybe around the 4.3-4.8” vicinity) since not everyone’s digging the large 5-inch display of their current offering.
Not much is known about the alleged device other than its model number so everything is still pretty much up in the air at this time. But expect that we’ll give you more inside scoop about the “GT-N5110” as soon as we got it.