Last year, there were quite a few rumors of Samsung working on a 13.3-inch tablet, one that the company hopes would bridge the gap between tablets and laptops. Today, a leak by the folks over at GSMArena is offering some details on what will be the largest tablet from the Korean manufacturer. The 13.3-inch slate will apparently be codenamed “Warhol” and come in both 3G and Wi-Fi variants (model numbers T911 and T910, and we're guessing there's an LTE model as well), and will feature an LCD display of 2560×1600 resolution. That's about it for info on the device, though we would suspect that it would feature the same hardware as Samsung's upcoming AMOLED tablet, the Galaxy Tab S, possibly including a fingerprint scanner and Android 4.4 KitKat with the company's Magazine UX.
However, there's a chance that the 13.3-inch tablet will also debut a few new software features that make it a good device for productivity, as Samsung has said that it hopes to blur the lines between what a tablet and traditional laptop are capable of, though this is simply speculation on our part. The leak also talks about the screen sizes and resolutions of the Galaxy Tab S, but that's something we've already exclusively confirmed last week, along with actual pictures of the AMOLED display-toting tablet.