Samsung Is Working On A New AMOLED Tablet With A 2560 X 1600 Resolution Display

Samsung's reported second Android tablet sporting a Super AMOLED display is currently in development, and it seems that it has been confirmed that it will not only come with a 2560 x 1600 resolution, but will also come in at three different models. One WiFi, one with 3G connectivity, and one that supports LTE. The listed variants are the model numbers Sm-T800, SM-T801, and SM-T805. The recently released Samsung Galaxy Note Pro series of tablets and Galaxy TabPro series of tablets also utilize this particular screen resolution, however the Pro series devices come with a tad bit of a higher price tag. It is unclear whether this particular tablet with have a price range that is similar to that the of the Pro series devices.

Rumors are suggesting that this tablet will have a screen size that consists of anywhere between 8 and 10 inch sizes, and will come running the latest version of the Android software, Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat. On the processor side of things, it's said to be housing an unknown processor from the Exynos 5 series of chipsets, and of course it wouldn't be Samsung without the famous Touchwiz UI, and Magazine UX that we see on the Galaxy Pro series of devices. Although we don't know for sure what the price will be for this new tablet in any of the models, it's likely that it could come in at a fairly steep price like the Pro tablets. It's also possible that Samsung could be looking to make this their Flagship tablet for the year, as the Pro series of tablets are more marketed towards business consumers and not the general public.

There is also a rumor that Samsung is possibly testing at least one feature on this tablet that exists on the Galaxy S5. The Ultra Power Saving Mode that lets users get up to 24 hours of battery life off of a 10% charge when they enter Ultra Power Saving Mode is the feature in question, and could be extremely useful on a larger display like this tablet. I have never personally gotten very good battery life on any of the devices that uses a Super AMOLED, so this in particular would be a great feature to have. More details will most likely surface in the coming weeks or months.

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