It’s likely that Samsung is working on a new line of AMOLED tablets that feature high-end hardware.
Even after launching the Galaxy Tab Pro series, the Galaxy Note Pro, the Galaxy Tab 4 series and Galaxy Tab 3 Lite this year, it looks like Samsung isn’t done. Exclusive information obtained by SamMobile suggests that the South Korean manufacturer is working on an AMOLED tablet which boasts a 10.5-inch screen.
The tablet bears a model number SM-T800, which is for the Wi-Fi only version. Knowing Samsung, the device might be available in 3G as well as LTE variants. In addition, there will also be 8.4-inch and 7-inch tablets which will feature an AMOLED screen.
The tablet reportedly features a 10.5-inch screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600, which is the same as the screen resolution of the Galaxy Note Pro and the Galaxy Tab pro series. The difference with this tablet is that it will come with an AMOLED display to the LCD panels used in earlier tablets. Other features on the SM-T800 include a quad-core Snapdragon SoC, which will most likely be the Snapdragon 801. The inclusion of the Snapdragon 801 in a Wi-Fi only variant is strange as the SoC features a built-in Gobi LTE modem, which is considered to be one of the best available. Leaked benchmark results from earlier this month also revealed the existence of an Exynos Octa-based version of the 10.5-inch tablet with a model number SM-T805.
The SM-T800 is said to have 2 GB of RAM, which is lesser than the 3 GB seen on the Galaxy Note Pro, 8 MP camera at the back along with a 2 MP camera at the front, 16/32/64 GB internal memory as well as a micro-SD slot. The device is said to have USB 2.0 connectivity and a 7900 mAh battery. There isn’t any word on the availability of the tablet or when an official announcement is forthcoming from Samsung.