Samsung working on a couple of tablets with 2560×1600 display resolution
A few days ago we reported that Samsung was preparing its first tablet model with a screen larger than 10 inches. The model was spotted on the UAProf list and India’s Airport database. Today, the reliable source @evleaks reveals more details. It seems that Samsung is working on more than one product with a large screen. According to @evleaks, Samsung will launch two tablets – SM-P900 with a 12.2 inch display, and SM-P600 with a 10.1 screen. Both models will have a screen resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels.
We don’t have any official confirmation, but the former Engadget editor is a pretty solid source of information. He has a proven track of records in the mobile leaks and we trust him. @evleaks didn’t reveal the official product names, but he mentioned that SM-P900 will boast an Exynos 5 Octa processor. The tablet will have an S Pen feature – a sign that it could be a new member of the Note family. The only detail about the SM-P600 tablet in addition to the screen resolution is that it will pack a Snapdragon 800 processor.
In other news, PhoneDog reveals that both tablets will run Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The models were recently spotted in the Samsung’s User Agent profiles. At the same time, Zauba mentioned the 12.2 inch model, but the SM-P600 is not found on their website. Zauba was connected with the alleged data for the Galaxy Note 3 and the Samsung’s Smartwatch. Some publications suggest that the SM-P600 which is expected to have a 10.1 inch screen will be the new Nexus 10 model. Google has already confirmed that the new Nexus 10 made by Samsung is on the works. Both new tablets could be introduced at the IFA event in September. Stay tuned for more details.