Last week, I talked about Samsung’s mission to release few Tablet devices on 2014 which includes the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4,10.1, Tab 3 Lite, and also Galaxy Note 12.2. Followed by today, in AnTuTu’s Benchmark database, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 tablet appeared which includes certain specification to clear our doubts on what this beast could feature especially as a new member to the Note family.
Okay, so based on the AnTuTu Benchmark, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 would come in two variants, as expected both LTE ( SM-P905 ) and the WiFi only version ( SM-P900 ), both would feature a 12.2-inch display with the resolution of 2560×1600 pixels which sets the aspect ration at 16:10. The LTE version would feature the 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 ( 8974-AA ) quad-core processor together with the Adreno 330 GPU, with the same 3GB RAM featured on the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 and Galaxy Note 3.
This huge tablet would feature a 8MP back camera with a 2.1MP front shooter both capable of recording HD videos. We all know that Samsung are fast in term of releasing software updates and usually be the first to release their TouchWiz skin on top of the latest Android OS excluding the Nexus variants of course, which makes their Note Pro 12.2 to feature the latest Android 4.4 KitKat with probably a newer version of TouchWiz UI.
There are not much info for the WiFi only version despite it could even feature their octa-core processor unless they plan to remain with the same Snapdragon 800 processor which is unlikely to be. Other common features that the Note Pro 12.2 would come with are such as NFC, Bluetooth v4.0, and the Infrared blaster. Together with that, the support of Galaxy Gear would be high likely made available as the Galaxy Note 3 would get its Android 4.4 pretty soon and not to forget, the S-Pen would be featured as well as it is in the Note category.
Many tablets are being released by Samsung with some of them extincted and some would be replaced with a newer version. However, the 12.2-inch is the first of its kind with such huge display could even be a good idea from Samsung as heavy users of the S-Pen would actually prefer a bigger screen with better resolution.
What are your thoughts on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2? Excited? Not to worry as the MWC 2014 event is not too far away. Oh, by the way, Happy New Year and have a blessed one!