Considering the popularity of Samsung's Galaxy Tab and Galaxy S devices, it's not really a question of if we'll see successors to those products, it's more of a question of when we'll see them. A new report from the Korea Times claims that we won't be waiting long, as they believe that Sammy will debut a new Galaxy Tab at CES next month. The site also states that LG may reveal the Optimus Pad at CES. As for the Galaxy S, Korean site Chosun Ilbo is reporting that Samsung announced that they'll debut a new Galaxy S device at MWC in February.
We're sure to see quite a few new tablets at CES, especially with Android Honeycomb right around the corner, but the news that Samsung may unveil a new Galaxy Tab is kind of surprising. After all, the current model has only been available for around a month and a half. Then again, Honeycomb isn't expected to arrive until February or March, which would give the original Galaxy Tab a good four or five months at retail before being replaced. Current Galaxy Tab owners, how do you feel about the news that your new tablet may already be getting a successor?