Samsung 11.8-inch tablet with 2560x1600 resolution revealed by court documentsAlex Wagner - Deputy Managing Editor, News Desk
Looks like those Windows Phone 8 handsets aren't the only unannounced Samsung products getting revealed by court documents in the company's legal battle with Apple. It's been discovered that the docs also mention a new tablet referred to as "P10" that boasts an 11.8-inch display at WQXGA (2560x1600) resolution. The P10 tablet's display is said to feature a 16:10 aspect ratio, and we're also told to expect LTE connectivity in the device. Unfortunately, the only release information contained in the documents is a vague "2012" window.
This isn't the first time that we've heard that Samsung may be prepping a large, high-resolution tablet. Details of the device originally surfaced back at the beginning of December 2011, though the unannounced device never appeared at Mobile World Congress like the original leak had said it might. It's not clear when the P10 will actually show up, and a slate with a screen that's 11.8 inches in size will likely be dismissed by some as being too large, but I'm betting that there are a number of Android fans out there that'd love to get their mitts on a Samsung tablet with a 2560x1600 screen resolution. Any of you think that you'd open your wallet for this mysterious P10 device?
Via The Verge