Recent filings suggest GT-N5110 is new Galaxy Note product

Recent filings suggest GT-N5110 is new Galaxy Note product

Newly discovered details for a Samsung GT-N5110 suggest we could be in for yet another model in the Galaxy Note series.  The hint comes in the model number which seems to tip their hand; previous Note products start with GT-Nxxxx.

  • GT-N7000 – Galaxy Note
  • GT-N7100 – Galaxy Note II
  • GT-N8000 – Galaxy Note 10.1

Considering there’s nothing between the 5.5-inch Note II handset and the 10.1-inch Note tablet, it stands to reason there’s plenty of void to fill.  Maybe a 7-inch or 7.7-inch Note could be in the works.  Let’s also not rule out the possibility that there is something in the 8.9-inch space, too.

New DLNA certification filings tell us that the GT-N5110 features digital media server and playback capabilities but that’s about it at this point.  With only two months separating now and CES, it makes sense that Samsung could be readying this for a January announcement.


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  1. Quryous
    October 29, 12:39 Reply

    Personally, I’d be more interested in an 11 – 13″ Galaxy Note, rather than anything smaller.

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