Samsung to Launch SM-P900, P600 Tablets and Galaxy Note 3 In Different Screen Sizes and Variants

By Vivek

Since the launch of Galaxy Tab 3, Samsung has been taking keen interest in the tablet sector. As the company is quite known for it's phablet portfolio, Samsung has owned loads of respect from its mid range tablets.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet blockquote"><p>Samsung SM-P900: 12.2-inch, Exynos 5 octa, 2560x1600, S-pen; P600: 10-inch, Snapdragon 800, also 2560x1600</p>— @evleaks (@evleaks) <a href="">July 27, 2013</a></blockquote> <script async src="//" charset="utf-8"></script>


Just last day, a tweet from one of the most reliable leakster on Twitter @evleaks revealed that Samsung is working on 12.2 inch and 10-inch tablets. The tweet said, "Samsung SM-P900: 12.2-inch, Exynos 5 octa, 2560x1600, S-pen; P600: 10-inch, Snapdragon 800, also 2560x1600".

These are not the only two tablets inside Samsung's pocket for future, as few days back it was also reported that new Google Nexus 10 will be manufactured by Samsung itself. Perhaps, Samsung must have been prioritizing tablet portfolio more seriously.

Samsung SM-P900 and P600

However, looking at the tweet, it seems Sammy with its two new tablets is trying to take on a future two tablets from Apple viz. the next generation iPad and iPad Max. In fact, all four tablets, two from Apple and the other two from Samsung are in works, most probably.

Evidently, according to the tweets, the two Samsung slates with codename SM-P900 and P600 will come with a display size of 12.2 and 10 inches respectively. As of now there are no other information regarding the specs of the tablets but the twitter post suggests that the 12.2 incher would come with the latest Exynos 5 octa core processor and the tablet would feature a resolution of 2560x1600 and would come with a S-pen as well.

The other 10 inch tablet also called P600 will feature 10-inch display and will be powered by a popular Snapdragon 800 processor and would come with the similar display resolution of 2560x1600 like its larger sibling.

More importantly, these two tablets will fall in the Galaxy Note category and could possibly be attached with a prefix "Note". Moreover, Sammy is expected to launch these two tablets at the IFA 2013.


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Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Update

The Samsung Story doesn't stop as yet because, the previously rumored Galaxy Note 3 that was said to come with 5.9 inch was later reported to come with a smaller 5.7 inch display size. Moreover, the rumors went to the extent of claiming the Note 3 to come with 6 inch display.

Surprisingly, it may sound weird, but it seems all rumors are not accurate because recently an Indian logistics site Zaumba posted a list that clearly mentions that Samsung shipped 5.5, 5.7 and 5.99-inch variants of the Note 3 to India for R&D purposes. At least now we know that it is coming for R&D in India.

Moreover, if the device is actually coming in three variants, expectations are that they would also come with a flexible OLED, standard OLED, and an LCD display for different price points. Talking about the specifications, Note 3 is rumored to come with the recently announced an Exynos 5 Octa or Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB RAM, 13-megapixel camera possibly with optical image stabilization, LTE-A (LTE-Advanced) connectivity, and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. As usual, an S Pen should accompany the phablet to continue the Note tradition of stylus input.

However, the details regarding the phablet is not confirmed so far, as Samsung has not made it official yet. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.

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