Samsung Galaxy Note Pro said to be offered in two sizes, launching at CES or MWC

December 23, 2013

The rumors surrounding Samsung’s larger tablet offering are inching closer to reality. With various leaked images and spec speculations floating around, there seems to be an expectation of a CES 2014 or MWC launch. A new round of innuendo bolsters some of the recent reports, but casts a bit of doubt as well.

Korean site Move Player is reporting that the Galaxy Note Pro will be offered in two sizes: a 12.2-inch variety, as well as a 10.1-inch. The smaller version is said to have an impressive 2560 x 1600 display and 3GB RAM. Running Android 4.4, the site is saying the smaller of the two also has a massive 9500mAh battery, giving it some heft on the back end, putting it at 750g total.

The site is also noting that news of a dual-booting Note Pro is untrue. Their unnamed sources are aging the device will not be dual-booting Windows, as many have speculated. That all comes off news Microsoft had approached several Android OEMs — who were also making Windows Phones — to slide Windows into their Android offerings. Of course, that never happened, but it’s been lending itself to the dual-booting rumors since.

We do take issue with this one, though. It’s totally unfounded, which always makes us listen with a jaded slant. The source article from Move Player’s report is also taken down, which is a little suspect. Then we come to the actual sources themselves, who don’t have a name or relationship to speak of to these rumors. Had it been a Developers' conference or something, we’d hold that in regard. Otherwise, it’s still just grist for the mill.

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  • LoveACbutYouGuysNeedAnEditor

    sources are aging the device = arguing?