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    12-inch tablet rumour crops up again

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    Last updated: August 19th, 2013 at 06:14 UTC+02:00

    When a rumour about something surfaces time and again, you gotta pay heed to it, isn't it? First came the tweet from evleaks, then a Digitimes report and now the same rumour has surfaced in more reliable Korea's economic newspaper. The Korea Economic Daily by way of some industry sources says Samsung is engaged in development of a 12 inch tablet PC. This will be Samsung's biggest tablet as the current one maxes out at 11.6-inches.

    The report also mentions about the display having a resolution higher than full HD, giving the rumoured 2560×1600 pixel resolution more credence.

    The tablet is expected in October, which means IFA will be the best platform for Samsung to showcase the tablet.

    PS: We'll be present at IFA to bring the latest news, hands-on and more from Germany.

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