We’ve already seen an alleged 12.2-inch Samsung tablet paying FCC a visit, but, until know, we didn’t have any idea about the company’s plans for the said tablet. Unofficially dubbed Galaxy Note 12.2, the 12.2-inch tablet will reportedly enter production before the year’s end, but there are no details about its actual release date.
Taiwanese website DigiTimes wrote a few hours ago that the production of the Galaxy Note 12.2 is set to “kick off at the end of 2013.” Even though the said publication doesn’t always get its predictions right, this time it claims that the information comes from “Taiwan-based supply chain makers.”
As I was mentioning above, the 12.2-inch tablet manufactured by Samsung has already paid FCC a visit and its technical specifications are said to be at least interesting.
According to the purported FCC filling the Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 will come with a 2560 x 1600 display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.26 GHz, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB storage, 8 MP rear-mounted camera, 2 MP user-facing camera, LTE, and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out of the box, most likely borrowing most of Galaxy Note 3’s features and functions.
Even though we can’t be 100% sure that the 12.2-inch Samsung tablet will be a member of the Note family, the FCC filling mentioned about an S-Pen stylus, which is a characteristic of the Galaxy Note handsets.
We can’t tell you yet when the alleged Galaxy Note 12.2 will be released on the market, nor how much it will cost, but we can promise you to return with more details as soon as they hit the web.
What do you think, will the 12.2-inch tablets will become main stream in the next couple of years?