Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 spotted in the FCC documentation
The rumors and leaks about the Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 tablet are appearing more and more in the tech world. Not long ago the LTE version of the slate made its way through the FCC. The latest leak from FCC reveals that the ordinary variant of the tablet is also getting its approval. In the entry we can see some interesting details about the Galaxy Note 12.2 (SM-P900) like the exact measurements of its panel, the conformation that it will feature a stylus and of course, a confirmation that it will be part of the Galaxy Note devices. The latest rumors about the device suggested that it is expected to hit the markets in the beginning of next year.
According to reports Samsung is planning to begin mass production of the tablet within the end of 2013. The increasing number of leaks and rumors usually mean in the mobile world that the expected device is about to be announced any minute. We are always open for surprises so we will wait and see whether Samsung really will wait for few more months until it officially present its new high-end tablet from the Note family. A quick reminder for the expected specs of the device includes a 12.2-inches screen with a resolution of 1600×2560 pixels. The speculations about the processor of the Galaxy Note 12.2 include both, Snapdragon 800 chipset or the Exynos 5420 CPU. The operating system that will power the slate will be the Android platform however here again we have hears rumors for Android 4.3 Jelly Bean to be pre-installed in the slate or the newest Android 4.4 KitKat. There will be 3GB RAM on board of the device. The full-sized Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 will feature an S-Pen stylus.
Apple is also working on a large-sized tablet, rumored to be with 12.9-inches screen. The Galaxy Note 12.2 will be launched in the relatively new niche of 12+ inches slates.