Samsung testing out a 12 inch Windows 10 Tablet with Intel Core M processor in India [REPORT]

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    Samsung has reportedly imported a 12 inch tablet into India shores recently. And guess what it isn't a Galaxy Tab, instead this runs on Windows - at least that's what the device codename indicates.

    Samsung's 12-inch Windows 10 Tablet Comes To India For Testing

    The alleged device's model no is SM-W700. While the SM stands for Samsung, we are all but sure that the W stands for Windows. The SM-W700 was spotted on the Zuaba listing.

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    With each passing day, the listings revealed by mass importer Zuaba is becoming a main stream leak for devices entering India. The listing states that 10 tablets have been imported to India for testing purposes, with each unit costing approximately Rs 30,833. Do bear in mind that this tablet, if launched would be released at a slightly higher price. The price listed by Zuaba are excluding taxes and logistics charges.

    Seeing a Samsung tablet in works is nothing to be surprised off, but the fact that is a Windows tablet is garnering out interests. It been long since we saw a Windows device from Samsung! The listing is in accordance to the previous leak that emerged a month back which stated that Samsung is indeed testing out a 12 inch tablet.

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    But then there was no word on the OS, no one would have expected a Windows 10 Tablet for sure. The tablet is reported to feature Intel's latest Core M processor which are ultra-light in terms of power, despite keeping the performance at bay.

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