Samsung was previously confirmed to be working on a high-end tablet, model number SM-P900, that would have a 2560 x 1600 resolution display like the Nexus 10, and today renowned leaker evleaks is backing that info, while also mentioning a couple of more details about the device.
According to evleaks, the 12.2-inch tablet will be powered by Samsung's Exynos 5 Octa chipset, likely the Exynos 5420 that the company only recently announced, and that it will come with an S Pen, which makes it likely to be a part of the Note tablet family. Furthermore, evleaks also mentions a smaller 10-inch tablet that should go by model number SM-P600, with the same 2560 x 1600 resolution but powered by a Snapdragon 800 processor, though whether it will have S Pen support remains to be seen.
Samsung SM-P900: 12.2-inch, Exynos 5 octa, 2560×1600, S-pen; P600: 10-inch, Snapdragon 800, also 2560×1600
— Ev (@evleaks) July 27, 2013
People have been calling for Samsung to make some high-resolution Galaxy tablets for some time now, and it seems the company will come up with not one, but two such devices. After seeing lackluster devices like the 7- and 10-inch Galaxy Tab 3 models being released by Samsung recently, God knows we need something worthy of flagship status, and soon.