Samsung is apparently already working on Android tablets with 4K resolution, TechRadar reveals, after having seen one such prototype in France during an LTE broadcast demonstration at the French Open at Roland Garros. The device used is apparently a “reference device for operators to perform tests with,” although the tablet came with clear Samsung branding and design, including Samsung’s “physical home key below the 12-inch UltraHD display.” From the looks of it, the tablet seems similar to Samsung’s current 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and Tab Pro 12.2 models. More →
Samsung launched a new Pro family of tablets a few months ago, comprised of devices with screens from 8.4 to 12.2 inches that are already available in various countries. However, Samsung may have a hard time selling some of them this year, particularly the 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro and Galaxy Tab Pro models, which have prices starting at $849 and $649, respectively.
Try to act surprised. Samsung on Monday announced a number of new tablets from its CES 2014 press conference that leaked earlier in the day, and the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 was among them. While the world waits to see what Apple has in store with its rumored gigantic 12- or 13-inch iPad that will supposedly debut later this year, Samsung has beaten its nemesis to the punch yet again with this huge 12.2-inch Galaxy Tab Pro. The high-end tablet features a beautiful 2,560 x 1,600-pixel display and a look and feel reminiscent of Samsung’s smaller tablets that are currently on the market. More →