Friday, December 20, 2013

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 SM-P900/P905 is Coming in Q1 2014

A new wave of tablet computers are coming in 2014 from Samsung as mentioned by SamMobile recently. That includes a wider Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and new variant of Galaxy Tabs. These portable machines are also expected to appear in the upcoming International Consumers Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada in January 7 to 10.

Few people in blogging community are actually talking about the upcoming series of Galaxy Note but prior to some misleading details, I missed to follow some of those stories. Upon knowing an exclusive photos coming from South Korean website, it helps me to follow the other strands of news and press releases around the crowded side of world wide web.

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 Tablet

However, it is getting more clearer that Samsung is planning to deliver a handful of device with bigger screens and fully enhanced features for entertainment. This upcoming 12.2-inch version of Galaxy Note has a lot of similarities to its predecessors. Aside from the outside appearance, it is also packed with 3GB of RAM, more powerful CPU, and new version of Android (Kit Kat).

The base configuration will be packed with 32GB of built-in internal storage, Snapdragon quad-core processor, and support for 2560 x 1600-pixel resolution.

Other says this tablet will be called Samsung Galaxy Note 2014 Edition similar to the new upcoming versions of 10.1 model. Despite of shortcomings in details, I am looking forward for official statements from the company to share the full specification of this device.

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 10.1 Tablet from South Korea

Before I can forget, a South Korean website noted that Samsung Galaxy Note Pro will reached the global market by the first quarter of 2014. It means, availability of possible accessories will become available as early in the month January or February.

As I tried to compare the current prices of Tabs and Notes in the market, because of enhancements in features and capabilities, most of these upcoming machines will probably come in less than $400.00 or 500.00.

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