Samsung Turn Heads With Tablet Retina Display & 3D By 2015?

As the tablet market currently hots up with Apple’s new iPad 2, Motorola’s Xoom, the BlackBerry PlayBook and so on, it seems that Samsung have been taking a stand back to find out how they can give consumers a taste of something different. Although Samsung have of course got the present Galaxy Tab, the 10.1 on the way and talk of an 8.9-inch version coming sometime this year, the big tech company are looking to expand their tablet features.

Bring on the possible inclusion of Retina Display and 3D capability within Samsung tablets by the year 2015. On the announcement of the new iPad 2 along with its specification listing, many of you voiced your disappointment over the missing retina display, so what better way for rivals Samsung to take the plunge and come up with the very feature. Engadget’s Sean Hollister has spoken of Samsung possibly working on a tablet display incorporating a pixel resolution of between 300 to 400 by 2015.

As Chris over at PR News pointed out, Samsung’s current Galaxy Tab holds a 7-inch 1024 x 600 display which equates to only 170ppi but they say that if the pixel density can be changed, it could see this increased to a display with over 1080p, but still managing to keep hold of the 10 hours of battery life.

Another feature that could be taken onboard is that of 3D. Currently many devices are now winging their way onto the market including smartphones such as the HTC EVO or LG Optimus 3D or even gaming consoles such as the Nintendo 3DS, but in order for Samsung to take on the glasses-free concept, they firstly need to see how the market lies with the consumer.

If we receive any more information on this, we will keep you updated, head on over to Engadget for a full listing of Samsung’s future plans.

Give us your thoughts on this? Is Apple’s iPad 2 downfall a positive for Samsung? Would you be interested in a tablet from them with both key features?