Samsung SM-P905 tablet could boast a 12.2-inch display

Samsung SM-P905 tablet could boast a 12.2-inch display


A newly leaked Samsung SM-P905 could carry a 12.2-inch display size, according to Zauba . Reportedly, the SM-P900  UAProf tells of an ARM 11 processor with a display resolution of 2560×1600, or the same as what is found in the Nexus 10. It’s unclear how far along the development process Samsung is with this tablet; IFA takes place in less than two month’s time and could be a great place to debut the tablet.


Does a 12.2-inch tablet size entice you? What other specs would you like to see in such a tablet experience?

Zauba via SamMobile

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  1. Quryous
    July 22, 11:33 Reply

    I was SERIOUSLY hoping for an 11.1 inch NOTE, but would be happy with this one, as a NOTE, as well.

    Once you get to this size, the add on keyboards, as well as the on screen keyboards, are full size, and you can actually do real typing.


  2. Zoide
    July 22, 17:02 Reply

    Are we sure that’s an Android tablet? The term “Tablet PC” would seem to indicate it’s a Windows 8/RT tablet.

  3. Maxtead
    August 12, 03:40 Reply

    That will be a pioneer and very useful in tablet (pc) world…I personally need it.But should also include navigation and gps…..

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