Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 before Nexus 10 2

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While many tech fans patiently await the arrival of the Nexus 10 2 from Google, it appears that Samsung are preparing to go on the early attack in 2014 with a series of new tablets to entice consumers into a purchase.

We still don’t know if the Nexus 10 2 will actually become a Samsung built-tablet, but we do now know that the Korean manufacturer has another tablet in the pipeline regardless – the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2.

Just when you hear about Apple making similar plans to offer a 12.9-inch iPad, along come Samsung with a tablet that may ruin their parade. It looks like we may already have solid Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 specs to give you, with Samsung packing some very tasty features indeed that should make a lot of you interested.

For starters, benchmarks seen here confirm that this device will be running on 3GB of RAM. The 12.2-inch display is also going to feature a whopping 2560×1600 (WQXGA) pixel resolution, with a 16:10 aspect ratio on top – offering dazzling quality in the process.

Along with 3GB of RAM, we could see the LTE version with a 2.3Ghz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and Adreno 330 graphics system. Although not confirmed yet, the WiFi version of the device may offer a Exynos CPU instead like the current Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition.

In actual fact, these hardware specs are very similar to the Note 10.1 2014, but everything is going to look significantly different we feel on the unusual 12.2-inch display size.

Are we in danger of these tablets ‘becoming too big’, or do you say bring it on? Let us know if you have room for a 12.2-inch tablet in your home. We look forward to seeing this beast in public at the CES 2014 expo.

Also See: Galaxy Note 10.1 2015 release date overdue

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  • Danny Dodge

    In all seriousness I think 8in is the perfect size… the dell venue 8 pro couldn’t be bettered imo… (well obviously the sale form factor with larger specs and dualbooting android but … you get what I mean)

  • megakoresh

    It will only be more expensive, so no, not looking forward to it. Samsung tablets are very expensive as it is.