Samsung could be working on a competitively-priced Samsung Galaxy Note tablet to compete with the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire
Samsung is reportedly developing a budget Samsung Galaxy Note to compete with the likes of Google and Amazon.
The budget Note (name as yet unreleased) will cost around $149 and very few specs have been released.
We would, however, expect it to have a lower-resolution screen, possibly around the 7-inch mark and a lower-specced processor-possibly dual core or even single-core rather than the Galaxy Note 3's octo-core.
Samsung is expected to ship 40 million tablets in 2013, which represents 15 milion more than it shipped in 2012.
Although Galaxy Tabs aren't as popular as the Galaxy smartphone or phablet Note-branded devices, they are on the up, with many choosing Android over iOS.
Amazon has seen a lot of success with its Kindle Fire range of devices and the Nexus 7, like most Google-branded devices sold out almost instantly.
Samsung providing a well-priced device in the market could put the company on an even keel with its main competitors.
Now, if only Apple would bring out a smart-priced tablet, the battle would truly be on.