If you thought Samsung was done with its range of Galaxy devices for the year, think again as yet another Galaxy device has made its way past the FCC, this time a tablet. The tablet goes by the name of Galaxy Note 12.2 featuring a 12.2 inch display on board promising a notebook like experience for the users. However, it’s still early days and there’s no launch information on the tablet just yet.
Rumors suggest that the tablet will come with a display resolution of 2560×1600, a 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 quad core SoC, supports for LTE Band 5, 3GB of RAM and possibly the latest iteration of Android on board. However, the mention of the LTE Band 5 has raised suspicion that this might be a Korea specific tablet, so there’s every possibility that it might not venture out of the region at all. The tablet was spotted on a Bluetooth certification site in mid-September, so its existence is not new information.
The launch of another Note tablet doesn’t quite make sense as Samsung only recently launched the 2014 edition Galaxy Note 10.1 around the globe. We’ll follow this closely and hope to gain more information as weeks pass.
Via: Talk Android