According to reports and lowdowns listed by the US Federal Communications Commission filings, it has been revealed that Samsung is currently working on a 12.2-inch Galaxy Note tablet with 3G capability. It is understood that Samsung plans to expand its already existent Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Note 3 series with the unveiling of this device. Several benchmarks have been viewable that depict this giant device in spotlight, but detailed information on the same is slowly making its way out to the consumers.
Based on the FCC filing, it is noted that one version of the Samsung 12.2-inch tablet will come along with 3G capability.
Focussing on the technical specifications, we can see that the rumoured tablet will be feature a 12.2-inch display and will possess 2,560-by-1,600 pixel display that will end up provide sharper experience from all angles. IT will be powered by a quad-core 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor and will run on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. Rumors cite that the tablet will come with 32GB of storage and other itemizations notify the device being listed as the Samsung SM-P901. Moreover, the FCC filings list the tablet to support 850/1900MHz frequencies.
Such a development can be considered as great progress into the already existent tablet market. The Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 will enter the market as a giant premium device and it remains to be seen whether the revelation can have what it needs to reach out to the consumers. At present there is not information on the pricing of this device. It is reckoned that this device may mark its arrival just in time for Christmas, considering that it has passed through the FCC.