Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 inch tablet reportedly in the cards

June 10, 2013
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Samsung, in an effort to add more product to the already dizzying aray of variety on hand within their portfolio, is supposedly hard at work on a new 12.2 inch Note Tablet. Could this be the oft-rumored but never seen 11.6 inch tablet they've been working on, albeit in le grande size?

With Toshiba currently selling a 13.3 inch tablet, it would only make sense for Samsung to want to get into the game of selling a foot long themselves. And so they will, with the inclusion of a new Galaxy Note 12.2 inch tablet, with an eye popping 2560×1600 resolution screen. Plus, word is (for all you design gurus out there) it'll come with an S-Pen stylus, unlike Toshiba's offering.

Bets are on as to how much price will be, but we suspect it'll slightly undercut the next iPad's price, which will be its leading competitor. Samsung is likely positioning itself for a release before the new iPad, which should give it an edge, and with a projected lower price point, it should remain in the lead for at least a short while.

With that in mind, rumors of projected sales goals are at least 12 million in the first quarter. It'll be most interesting to see if Samsung can achieve those targets, and how it is they plan to market the new tablet in a continuously expanding competitor landscape, that is, if it ever comes to light at all.

SOURCE: etnews


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  • maaen

    REMOVABLE BATTERIES IN TABLETS AND A SEPARATE CHARGER AND A SPARE BATTERY ….OR TWO BATTERIES TO POWER THE TABLET ONE AFTER THE OTHER …TO ENABLE THE REMOVABLE IDEA TO COME TO FRUITION….AND TO DEAL WITH THE BATTERY SIZE ISSUE…..
    OR IS IT REALLY TOO MUCH TO ASK FOR MANUFACTURERS LIKE SAMSUNG TO AT LEAST DEAL WITH THE BIG PROBLEM OF USER REMOVABLE BATTERIES IN TABLETS..?????
    I FOR ONE WOULD BUY A LARGE TABLET LIKE A SHOT IF I COULD REMOVE A BATTERY FROM THE BACK OF THAT TABLET….THERE HAVE TO BE MILLIONS OF CUSTOMERS IN THE WORLD WHO THINK THE SAME AS ME….Come on Samsung think hard on the above request…and I am sure you will have a successful product…especially because of the removable battery issue.

    • http://www.androidcommunity.com Cory Gunther

      Is caps lock really necessary