Galaxy Note 12.2


Exclusive: Samsung GALAXY Note Pro 12.2 (SM-P905) Antutu benchmark and specs confirmation

We have just got confirmation on Samsung's upcoming GALAXY Note Pro 12.2 tablet's specifications and Antutu benchmark details. We have also received information that Samsung is changing its usual tablet UI to something more unique. For now,…


Galaxy Note 12.2 (SM-P900) swings by the FCC

Well, the Galaxy Note 12.2, the large tablet that Samsung is hoping will take the tablet market by storm next year, just can't seem to keep its existence a secret. After its LTE-enabled variant made a pit stop at the FCC, the standard non-L…


Samsung to focus on tablets and low-end devices in 2014, not on Galaxy S5 and other premium models?

According to a new report, Samsung expects to sell only 360 million smartphones next year. Wait, "only" 360 million, isn't that a lot? Well, yes, it is, but for Samsung, a company that has seen immense growth in sales in recent years, with…


Report: Samsung’s 12.2-inch Galaxy Note to go into production by end of 2013

Samsung's 12.2-inch tablet could go into production by the end of 2013, according to a new report published by DigiTimes. The report specifically talks about the tablet's screen, saying that Samsung has adopted a film-based capacitive touch…


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 certificatio…


Samsung’s 12.2-inch tablet was initially envisioned as a Nexus?

A leaked render is all we've seen of Samsung's oft-rumored 12.2 inch tablet, but it's been talked about in multiple reports in the last few months. Now, the latest report from DigiTimes is once again mentioning the very same tablet, reveali…


Samsung’s 12.2-inch tablet (SM-P901) passes Bluetooth certification

The recent announcement of the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition may have taken everyone's minds off the rumored 12.2-inch Samsung tablet, but it looks like the Korean manufacturer isn't letting down on getting the supersized tablet ready as s…



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