DigiTimes reporting that the Samsung is looking forward to announced its 12.2-inch display bearing Mega Galaxy Tab early in the first quarter next year and claims that the tablet could go for the mass production by the end of this year.
According to the DigiTimes’ report, which is highly focused on tablet’s screen details, Samsung is using a film-based capacitive touch solution provided by China-based Shenzhen O-film Tech in this large screen tablet , and hopes its global brand recognition and marketing resources will prompt other manufacturers to follow suit with similar large-screen tablets.
The South Korean tech giant is currently offering tablets under Galaxy Tab series having 8- and 10-inch display. Samsung has also released Galaxy Note 10.1, a stylus-focused high-end slate that slammed down in the UK recently for £480. This is not all; It has also released a 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 Kids last week, a colourful £199 gadget with a child-friendly interface and a chunky C Pen for doodling and colouring in.
However Samsung has neither confirmed the report not reveled the specifications of this upcoming device as of now, but if some earlier rumours are to be believed, Samsung Galaxy Tab 12.2 will come featured with 2560×1600 display, Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB internal storage, 8-megapixel rear camera, and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.