Samsung’s 12.2-inch tablet visits Bluetooth SIG with Verizon branding, benchmark reveals specs

Samsung’s often-rumored-but-not-that-anticipated 12.2-inch tablet seems to be inching closer and closer to launch – just a few days after the Wi-Fi model was certified by the Bluetooth SIG, an LTE model, SM-P905V has been given certification as well. The V at the end of the model number makes it more than likely that this is the Verizon model, hinting at Samsung wanting to make its first 12.2-inch tablet quite widely popular.

In a separate part of the world, the international LTE model (SM-P905) was benchmarked on the AnTuTu benchmark site, scoring a rather impressive 35,901 points, thanks to the Snapdragon 800 CPU. AnTuTu also lists other specs – 3GB of RAM, 2560×1600 display, 32GB internal storage, 8-megapixel rear camera, and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, making it more or less a bigger Galaxy Note 10.1 – 2014 Edition. For all those looking forward to the rather large tablet form factor, here’s hoping Samsung makes an announcement soon.

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  1. I tought the Samsung’s 12.2 inch tab was ATIV Q

  2. I don’t think 2 inches is a significant difference to make a whole new tablet out of. Its probably not a ” Galaxy Note”

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