Expected to be priced between $499 to $599
Samsung Electronics is all set to launch Galaxy Tab in two other sizes, an 8.9-inch and a 10.1-inch model, both running the latest version of Android, in June, and a 4G version later this year.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab is expected to be priced between $499 to $599.
Samsung was one of the first few to embrace Android in tablets, launching the 7-inch Galaxy Tab in October to rival the iPad.
Samsung Mobile head JK Shin in an interview to The Wall Street Journal said they continue to work with Android on future tablets.
"The transition to 4G is inevitable because of the bigger volumes of data they handle.
"The 4G tablet computer will be built along the same lines as its Galaxy Tab computer," Shin added.
According to The Wall Street Journal report, Samsung is in talks with carriers in South Korea and the US to launch a tablet running on a technology called long-term evolution, or LTE.
This so-called fourth-generation technology promises faster download speeds than the current third-generation platform, allowing consumers faster access to such applications as TV programs, movies and video conferencing.
In related news, Samsung has asked Apple to hand over samples of its forthcoming iPhone 4S, its iPhone 5 and the iPad 3 "third-generation iPad" with the final packaging, including inserts included in such packaging.
Samsung is involved in a legal battle with Apple, which has accused Samsung of copying attributes of the iPhone in its Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets.