AT&T and Samsung will launch a Galaxy Note Pro version at some point in the future, a well known leaker has tweeted.
The AT&T Galaxy Note Pro apparently has model number SM-P907A, according to @evleaks, a source of very accurate leaks in the past, although nothing is official just yet. The SM-P907A is a model number that’s very similar with previous model numbers that have been associated with this particular device, which has been spotted around as the SM-P900 or SM-P905.
However, @evleaks did not say when this Galaxy Note Pro version would launch, how much it cost, and he did not provide an image for this new Samsung device.
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro headed to AT&T with model number SM-P907A.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) December 29, 2013
The Galaxy Note Pro is expected to be the commercial name of Samsung’s rumored 12.2-inch Android tablet, which will reportedly launch at some point in early 2014.
Considering the increased numbers of reports mentioning the tablet, with some of them providing unofficial images (see above) and even specs and features, it would also make sense to see the device unveiled either at CES 2014 in January, or at MWC 2014 a month later.
Samsung is rumored to introduce a variety of new tablets next year, including a few new Pro models part of the Note and Tab family of devices – although, just like the Galaxy Note Pro, those tablet versions are also unofficial.
A report from South Korea revealed that Samsung has sold over 40 million tablets this year, which would explain why the company may be interested in flooding the market with even more models in the following months.