Do you, by chance, remember Samsung’s ATIV line of Windows tablets? At the time of their release, they seemed to have everything you’d need for a tablet from both productivity and multimedia points of view. However, like almost every Windows tablet out there, they haven’t been successful with the public and quickly fade away.
But Samsung is not a company to back down from a challenge. According to a new rumor, the South Korean manufacturer has not given up on Windows-powered tablets, and it even has one in the pipeline.
Join us after the break for more details.
According to the same leaker who has recently made public the alleged Geekbench 3 results of a lot of next gen mobile chipsets, Samsung is currently working on a 12-inch, Windows 10 powered tablet.
Allegedly, the tablet will feature a 12-inch Super AMOLED display, but the source doesn’t exactly know the resolution. According to him, the tablet will have either a 2560×1600 resolution display or a 3840×2400 one.
Other rumored specs are a 14-nm Intel Core M processor, 4 GB of RAM memory and an included S-Pen. The tablet will reportedly be 6.2 mm thin and will weigh 600 grams.
So, would you welcome a Windows 10 powered Samsung tablet with the above specs? Let us know in the comments section.