Samsung is reportedly preparing to release its biggest tablet yet. According to ETNews, the company plans to launch a Galaxy Note tablet with a 12.2-inch, 2560 x 1600-pixel display later this year. The slate will include an S-Pen stylus and could possibly be equipped with an Intel processor, similar to the smaller Galaxy Tab 3 10.1. No other details were provided. Despite the influx of smaller and more affordable tablets, Samsung believes there is a market for larger devices — the company is reportedly looking to sell 12 million units per quarter. Samsung is said to be interested in releasing the Galaxy Note 12.2 before Apple launches its next iPad and will reportedly announce the tablet sometime in the third quarter.

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