We’ve already told you that Samsung is working on a bigger tablet, one that would rock a 12.2-inch screen. Heck, we’ve even seen that device popping-up at Antutu benchmarks, and now… it got FCC’s seal of approval. That’s right, the government employed engineers are able to play with this thing way before we get the same chance.
Speaking of that chance (when we’ll be able to try it out) – we’ll likely have to wait for early 2014. The chances are the Korean company will use the upcoming CES in Las Vegas or Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to officially announce the new member of its Galaxy Note family of tablets.
Specs wise, the Note 12.2 is rumored to boast a high-res screen with resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 or Sammy’s own Exynos chip, 3GB of RAM, optional LTE connectivity (some models) and a ton of built-in storage.
We’ll be on the lookout for any new information about this device and let you know as soon as we have something new to add. Stay tuned in the meantime…