Samsung's General Manager Gary Twohig has revealed rather candidly during an interview to an Irish news website that the Korean company is going to launch a 10-inch version of its yet to be launched Galaxy Tab tablet.
Expect it to be powered by Gingerbread or Honeycomb though as a 10-inch model will certainly have a screen resolution high than 1024x600.
We'd expect it to be the first tablet to claim the HD Ready title. We're not sure whether the device will be present at next year's CES 2010 in Las Vegas or whether it will be timed to coincide with the presentation of the new iPad next year.
However, we do expect it to come with the same underlying architecture so that the Galaxy family benefits from economies of scale.
The only remaining thing that Samsung will need to sort out is the price. The 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab costs £487 at the last count and a £699 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab may well be on the board for next year.