The hot new rumors circulating the tablet arena reveal that Samsung is working on another large screen tablet, SM-T670, codenamed Tahoe.
The speculations reveal that the Korean company has been working on a mammoth 18.4-inch tablet, which reportedly will support Android 5.1 Lollipop. The tablet’s large size is not feasible for mainstream Android users. While the tablet manufacturers have conventionally restricted themselves to 7 to 10 inches screen, Samsung is not afraid to push the boundaries.
The tablet will target those people who need or prefer large screens. The tablet could be use full for architectural layouts, presentations by salespersons and design purposes. The category of this tablet will probably fall in the line of Panasonics 20-inch tough pad.
The tablet is said to be supporting an 8 Mega pixels rear and 2.1MP front camera. Supporting a TFT LCD display with a 1920 x 1080 resolution, the screen will have a force touch similar to iPhone6. The tablet is expected to support an octa-core 64-bit Exynos processor. Given its size, the device is going to be heavy with a weight up to 5lbs.
Featuring a 5,700 mAh battery, Samsung’s 18.4-inch tablet will allegedly support 2GB RAM. The tablet will most probably have a 32GB internal storage with an additional card slot supporting a card of 128GB max.
Sammobile, Samsung’s biggest online discussion site, has stated that the release date and closing name of the tab has not yet been confirmed. The analysts wait for Samsung to prove bigger is better in case of Tahoe. Apart from this the company is also rumored to be working on a tablet that supports an S-pen along with Windows 10.
With the rumors of the new tablet, Samsung has reignited the ultimate tablet debate of how big is too big? It appears that we have to sit back and see how Samsung’s competitors take the news.