Samsung most likely has a plan to release a Windows 10 tablet in early 2016. It is seen from the WiFi certification for their device with Windows 10 OS by the last certification date on November 18, 2015. There is no detail specification seen on that certification about this tablet, which has a number model SM-W700. However, we’ve just found that this Samsung tablet will adopt a dual band WiFi 802.11ac.
In August, there was a rumor circulating through Weibo, about the mysterious Samsung Windows 10 tablet benchmark. The device was believed to have a 14-nm Intel Core M processor and 4Gb of RAM, and would adopt a 12-inch display size, in line with the Zauba’s device listing. In the resolution side, Samsung will probably adopt 2 common options for 12-inch display, i.e 2560 x 1600 (WQXGA) for Samsung Tab S or 3840 x 2400 (WQUXGA).
Windows Central adds the information related to its thinness and the ongoing process:
“…a chassis that’s just 6.8mm thick. The tablet has made its way to India for testing by Samsung’s R&D division in the country, so it is likely that a launch is not too far away.”
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