At a time when all kinds of companies are introducing small tablets, Samsung is going the other way — it’s reportedly working on a very large tablet running Google’s Android operating system.
The company recently brought out the Galaxy Note 8.0, and some have been expecting the Galaxy Note 2 10.1 soon. That model may be in development, but it won’t be the largest in the Note series, if an unconfirmed report coming out of S. Korea is correct.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 is allegedly in the offing, with a 12.2-inch touchscreen (obviously). This will supposedly have a resolution at a whopping 2560 x 1600 pixels.
Like all the tablets in the Note series, this is expected to come with the S-Pen stylus, a pressure-sensitive screen that uses Wacom technology, and a suite of drawing and note-taking apps.
The release date or price for the Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 has not yet leaked out.
This company recently announced some models in the Galaxy Tab 3 series at Computex.