Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 drifts by at the FCC
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 12.2, a tablet which Samsung is ought to release next year has been seen at the FCC.
This is not the first time the slate is appearing on FCC’s website, we have previously seen the LTE-enabled version of the tab earlier this month. And today, the non-LTE version showed up for certification with a “SM-P900” model number.
As the name implies, the Note 12.2 tablet shouldn’t sport anything less that a 12-inch screen. We are also expecting 2560×1600 pixels in resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and Exynos 5420 processor options, 3GB of RAM, Android 4.3 OS, and not forgetting, the traditional S Pen stylus of the Note family.Source
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