Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 Android tablet in the pipeline, spotted at FCC filing

Samsung is planning to launch an Android tablet with 12.2 inch screen which has been spotted in the FCC listing before its official announcement. The 12.2 tablet from the company has already reportedly passed the Bluetooth certification and the bench mark listing. As most of the computer manufacturers have already started focusing on making their devices smaller, Samsung is trying to bring a bigger edition into its tablet range.

The non-LTE variant of the upcoming Samsung tablet is spotted at FCC filing with the model number SM-P900. It is the WiFi only model of the tablet and it is quite sure that Samsung is also developing a 4G LTE network supported model of the same device for the developed markets like US and UK. According to the leaked reports, the upcoming Samsung device will come with the dimensions of 295mm in height and 204mm in width. At the moment, there is no word on the thickness of the tablet. The alleged FCC listing has also revealed that the tablet will come with a stylus port at the top of the device. Rumored specs of the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 tablet include 32 GB of internal storage, 8 MP rear camera along with 2 MP front facing shooter and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean etc. It is expected to be powered by a 2.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor along with 3 GB of RAM. Some other reports suggests that the upcoming Android tablet from Samsung will be going into the mass production by the end of this year and will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2014.

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