Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
  1. Prime Day Deals
    11:01 Deals

    Check these early Prime Day deals with prices so low, it’s like Amazon made a mistak…

  2. Mattress Topper Amazon
    14:44 Deals

    33,000 Amazon shoppers say this mattress topper deserves 5 stars – today it’s…

  3. Amazon Deals
    10:42 Deals

    Today’s best deals: Free $25 from Amazon, $600 projector for $230, $8 wireless charg…

  4. Best Smart Home Devices 2021
    08:45 Deals

    10 smart home devices on Amazon you’ll wonder how you ever lived without

  5. Amazon Deals
    07:58 Deals

    10 deals you don’t want to miss on Saturday: Free money from Amazon, $2.97 smart plu…

Samsung will release tablets that are even more gigantic

May 12th, 2014 at 7:15 PM
Samsung 13.3-inch Galaxy Tablet

Even though the jury is still out on whether Samsung’s extra-large tablets are popular with consumers – the 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 models were unveiled only a few months ago, at CES 2014– the company is working on an even bigger model, GSM Arena reports.

Dubbed “Warhol” internally, the T910/T911 is supposed to be a 13.3-inch Android tablet that packs a 2560 x 1600 (WQHD) LCD display with 227 pixel per inch (PPI) pixel density. Other hardware details for the device aren’t available yet, and it’s not clear when the tablet will be released.

However, it looks like the 13.3-inch Samsung device will come both in Wi-Fi-only and 3G/4G options, considering the two different model numbers. It’s not clear when Samsung actually plans to launch such a bigger tablet version, or what other productivity-related features the device might offer buyers.

An image of this rumored 13.3-inch tablet isn’t available yet.

The publication also mentions two other Samsung tablets, the T701/T700 and the T801/T800, which are the 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch Galaxy Tab S models, respectively, or tablets that will each feature Super AMOLED WQHD displays.

A recent leak showed leaked images of these two tablets with OLED displays, a first for Samsung since 2011, revealing that the Galaxy Tab S models would still come with the same Magazine UX interface on top of Android, which Google doesn’t like, and with a Galaxy S5-like plastic back, which many users don’t appreciate.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

Popular News