Samsung to Release a 12-inch Windows 10 Tablet
The tablet industry isn’t doing as great as it once did these days, but this doesn’t mean OEMs will stop making slates. And while most of them are either made by Apple or running Android, there are quite a few on Windows, as well.
According to fresh rumors circulating online, it seems that Samsung might be preparing a 12-inch Windows 10 tablet. It’s not Samsung’s first encounter with Windows OS on tablets as the South Korean company has some devices running Windows under the Ativ brand.
Of course, there have been only a few Samsung tablets running Windows at the time, but it seems that the Windows 10 release has changed it and Sammy is planning to come up with something fresh. The tablet is believed to have the following specs:
- 12-inch Super AMOLED touch screen
- Windows 10 out of the box
- 14nm Intel Core M processor
- 4GB of RAM
- 6.2mm, 600g weight
The screen resolution should be at around 2,560×1,600 or 3,840×2,400, judging by its size. What’s nice is that the tablet seems to have a pretty elegant profile, at least judging by its thinness and weight, so that is a nice thing, considering its display of 12-inch.
In another recent report, Samsung was also tipped to working on a bigger 18.4-inch tablet running Android, so is it possible that the company thinks bigger-sized slates are the answer to decreasing sales? We’ll be keeping an eye on this and will report once we have new details.
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