The 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro Android tablet has reportedly been demoed in South Korea a few days ago, with the device expected to be unveiled early next month at CES 2014.
According to ZDNet Korea, the Galaxy Note Pro will be released in the first quarter of next year, something we’ve recently heard from different reports. Interestingly though, Samsung is said to have privately shown the device to some staff members without actually touching the device, which could explain the rumored image from the other day (image above).
As for specs and features, the tablet is said to have a 2560 x 1600 resolution LCD display, 2.4GHz processor, 3GB of RAM, 9500mAh battery and Android 4.4 KitKat. Assuming these details are accurate, it would mean the Galaxy Note Pro would have the biggest battery on a Samsung tablet so far.
The device is also said to weigh 1.7 pounds, and measure 11.6 x 8.0 inches and 14.1-inch diagonally. The thickness of the Galaxy Note Pro is not known.
We’ll remind you that this is just a rumor so far, so don’t get too excited about it just yet. We’ll just have to wait for CES 2014 to arrive to see whether Samsung will indeed unveil this large tablet at the show or not.
Anyone looking forward to buying a large 12.2-inch tablet?