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Monday, 19 August 2013 07:52

Samsung’s 12-inch tablet is real?

Written by Peter Scott

1600p, might show up at IFA

Rumours of a 12-inch Samsung tablet have been floating around for months and many were not convinced it was real. However, now it appears that it is indeed coming.

According to SamMobile, the 12-inch Galaxy should show its faces at IFA and it is expected to launch in October. We still don’t know the exact spec, but the new tablet is expected to feature an Exynos 5420 octa-core processor and a 2560x1600 screen.

Samsung pioneered oversized smartphones, or phablets. It might be hoping to replicate the success of its phablets with a huge tablet, but we’re not sure it will work. Toshiba and a few other vendors also experimented with big Android tablets and none of them was very successful.

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