It seems Samsung will not only focus on the mid-range smartphones and tablets in the upcoming year. As the latest leaked image of the new tablet from the South Korean Giant has surfaced online already, one can't help but expect to see it in its full glory at the upcoming CES, 2014 slated in January. However, the image doesn't reveal much of the information about the device.
This is not a surprising development coming from the company, as the tablet was already being rumored within the tech communities. The makers of Galaxy Note 3 was although pretty covert of the project. However, the rumored device that we are talking about is a supposedly a 12.2 inch Galaxy Note tablet would be probably named the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro.
Since Galaxy Note tablets has the incredible hereditary of coming along with an stylus pen, we hope that the latest Pro Note would also follow the same line.
If you have been following the device, you must be aware of the fact that the 12.2 inch Samsung slate had visited the FCC last month itself. Thus lets take a look at the possible specs of the tablet. However, these specs are all drawn from the earlier rumors and leaks.
It was earlier said that the tablet would feature a 2560 x 1600 pixels of a resolution and would be powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800. You can also expect a 3GB of RAM and a 32GB of onboard storage capacity. Moreover, the tablet would also be using a competitive 8MP rear camera rarely found in the tablet devices and a front facing 2MP shooter for taking selfies and video conferencing. If you are wondering about the OS, you know it, Android 4.3 would come out of the box. Moreover, the device would use the energy from a 9500mAh battery.
However, the specs of the device is not formally confirmed by the South Korean smartphone and tablet manufacturer so far. There are no details pertaining to the price of the device and the availability of the device in the markets as well. Perhaps, it will be a showcased at the CES in Las Vegas next month. Then we can at least have a closer look at it.
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