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Till now we have been talking about the tablet with screen size of 10 Inches at max but now it seems that the Korean Tablet maker Samsung is planning to break this threshold and bring out something bigger than that.
If you will observe the history then they were the only who kept on stretching the size of the displays on your smartphones starting from the Galaxy Note series to the Galaxy Mega Series. Now, they seem to do the same with the tablets with their new tablet named Samsung Galaxy Note Pro (named as per the rumors).
It was known as Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 few days back, where 12.2 reflected the display size of the tablet (which may have the resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels). The other details about this tablet include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 Quad Core Processor which operates at the frequency of 2.3 GHz. This performance is further supported by 3GB of RAM. Now, this combination of power is superb and it will be a huge hit, if it gets to be true.
Though tablet manufacturers never emphasis much on the quality of the primary or secondary camera but as per the rumors, Samsung Galaxy Note Pro will have an 8 MP camera (at the back) and 2 MP camera (in the front). The in-built storage capacity of the device will be 32GB and there will be external memory card slot to increase the space. The Operating system on which it will work will be the Android v4.4 Kitkat Out-of-the-box.
It is a great combination of hardware specifications for a tablet and if it gets launched with the same specs, then Apple iPad will have a tough competitor to face. You may expect to see this device at upcoming CES in January 2014. Keep following us to get more updates about this.