Samsung reportedly launching an AMOLED tablet with a 2560 x 1600 resolution display

Samsung AMOLED tablets

A new report fromĀ Sam MobileĀ states that Samsung’s upcoming AMOLED tablet will feature a display resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels with a size of somewhere between 8-10.1 inches, with no confirmation on that as of yet. Numerous reports in the past have indicated how Samsung plans to launch several AMOLED tablets this year to target the high end market which is dominated by Apple’s iPads. The first of these tablets was reportedly going to arrive in April, although we don’t see that materializing at this point.

The report further states that this tablet will feature Android 4.4.2 KitKat with the Magazine UX and a chipset from the Exynos 5 series (possibly the Exynos 5422). It is said that the tablet will feature some of the features that we saw on the Galaxy S5, such as the Ultra Power Saving Mode which can make the device last up to a full day with less than 10% of battery.

Considering the technology used with these tablets, it might not go easy on your wallets. There is no word on when this tablet will launch, but we’ll keep you updated with any information we get.

Via: Sam Mobile

2 Replies to “Samsung reportedly launching an AMOLED tablet with a 2560 x 1600 resolution display”

  1. Hmmm, another Samsung device. Any innovation? Nope. This has become trademark of Samsung. Earlier people were getting intoxicated on Samsung, now it has reached a point where one can only throw up. Samsung needs to innovate.

  2. I feel like Samsung is releasing too many devices, with little modifications here and there, and not much of innovation. This is starting to become irritating.

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