The tech leader Samsung is expected to come up with a new range of Galaxy tablets this year, the Galaxy Tab 3 Plus. This new range of tablets is said to come with a high-resolution 10 inch display similar to the Nexus 10. The details about this supposed Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus has come via a Bluetooth SIG filing, which suggests 4G connectivity and a model number ID GT-P8220, while the non-4G version has the GT-8200 model number. This filing also reveals that the GT-P8220, which is the higher-end device in the Galaxy Tab 3 line-up, will feature Bluetooth 4.0 and will allow the users wirelessly connect to compatible hands-free accessories like the Bluetooth technology enabled headsets and car kits. The Bluetooth in this device would support HSP, A2DP, AVRCP, PAN, MAP etc. The 10-inch display of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus is expected to have 2,560 x 1,600 pixels resolution. The new tablet will run on Android Jelly Bean with the latest TouchWiz version. There is yet no confirmation about the processor, with the possibility of both dual-core SoC processor as well as a quad-core processor. Samsung was rumoured to launch a range of new tablets including the Galaxy Tab 3 Plus along with the Galaxy Note 8.0 at the Mobile World Congress 2013. The Galaxy Tab 3 Plus is expected to be the next big brand of Samsung tablet. The tech major is also expected to launch GT-P3200- 3G Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, GT-P3210-Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, GT-P5200 – 3G Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, and the GT-P5210 – Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 devices. As of now, Samsung is all braced up for a major launch of the Samsung Galaxy S IV on March 14, 2013. After this huge event, it can be expected that the company may announce the arrival of its new tablets.