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Samsung Confirmed to Launch New AMOLED Tablet with 2560×1600 Display

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As a follow-up to the first and only Samsung AMOLED tablet, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 2011 edition, Samsung is confirmed to launch another tablet with Super AMOLED display.

Source: Samsung Tomorrow

Source: Samsung Tomorrow

Back when it was released in 2011, the Galaxy Tab 7.7 didn?t really?make a remarkable impact in the tablet market. However, many would recall that its release day was the day the first tablet with Super AMOLED display was born.? At that time, it was dubbed as one of the best tablet displays in the market. This year, it appears that Samsung is prepping to bring back the AMOLED display on its tablets.

Sam Mobile reported that the new Samsung AMOLED tablet is underway in full swing. As was hinted in a previous leak,? the new Samsung tablet will come in Wi-Fi, 3G and LTE variants with model numbers SM-T800, SM-T801 and SM-T805, respectively. The new tablet will sport 2560×1600 pixels display resolution similar to the recently released Galaxy Note PRO and Galaxy Tab PRO tablets.

Thus far, the screen size of the forthcoming tablet remains unknown but it could be in between 8 or 10 inches as previously rumoured. Under the hood, the tablet will be powered by the Exynos 5 series and out of the box, it will run on the latest Android candy bar, the Android 4.4.2 KitKat. It will feature the Korean tech?s usual TouchWiz overlay and Magazine UX. Samsung is testing some Galaxy S5 features on the upcoming AMOLED tablet, like the Ultra Power Saving Mode that saves battery life by disabling features like colour output of the display, background data and more, which could be particularly significant in AMOLED displays.

Similar to the Galaxy Tab PRO and Note PRO tablets, the upcoming AMOLED tablet will come with a hefty price tag and it might be Samsung?s flagship tablet on release date.

Undoubtedly, a new AMOLED tablet from Samsung is highly anticipated by fans, so it would not be surprising to see this tablet to come with a myriad of killer specs and features to entice consumers.

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