Rumour: Samsung 11.6-inch super-tablet to be unveiled at MWC
Samsung's next tablet will allegedly feature a dual core 2GHz Exynos processor and an 11.6-inch, 2,560x1,600 pixel display
It looks like Samsung is upping its tablet game with an 11.6-inch super-tablet expected to launch in 2012.
The tablet, which was described by a 'trusted' BGR source, has the sort of spec-list that would get any tech-head foaming at the mouth. It's supposedly not just got a dual core processor, but it's clocked at 2GHz and is powered by our preferred CPU, the Exynos.
Its display is also a bit larger than on the Galaxy Tab 10.1 but the resolution is vastly superior. Do the PPI maths on a display with 2,560x1,600 pixels.
Android Ice Cream Sandwich takes care of its operating system, which comes as no surprise now that Samsung's Galaxy Nexus, the handset that launched alongside the new update, is freely available.
Although the screen is bigger, BGR's source said the tablet is 'barely larger' thanks to a thinner bezel, so it shouldn't weigh much more, too.
Rounding off the package is Android Beam for syncing media, touch-style, and a wireless docking mode so you can play games or watch media on your HD television.
Hopefully we'll hear from Samsung soon as this could well be a contender for Apple's crown.