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Galaxy Note 12.2 (SM-P900) Goes Through Bluetooth Certification

Galaxy Note 12.2

The Galaxy Note 12.2 (model number SM-P900) from Samsung popped up in the Bluetooth certification process recently, pretty much confirming we should see this massive device hit the market sometime in early 2014 according to sources. The 12.2″ display will feature a resolution of 2560 x 1600, which matches that of the Galaxy Note 10.1 – 2014 Edition. 

As for the other specs, we should be looking at a tablet that features a Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB of RAM, Android 4.3 (or Android 4.4 depending on timing with Samsung’s TouchWiz optimizations), and of course, an S Pen. It will clearly be large and in charge in terms of specifications.

Here in America, we haven’t had many tablets over 10.1″ see much success, but who knows, maybe Samsung can change that.

Via: SamMobile | FCC

  • xpyroxcorex

    Drop a 15.6 and I’m game. The only downside to this is that its only two inches bigger but Sammy’s going to charge $100-$200 more for it. I’d rather save that and just buy the 10.1.

    • marsh

      If they make a 4G LTE version, it would be perfect for anyone who needs to get documents signed.

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  • PuppetMaster

    If they make a 4G LTE version, it would be perfect for anyone who needs to get documents signed.

  • TylerChappell

    Another year, another million Galaxy devices. *yawn*

  • lifeisgoodforme

    I would love this. I need a larger tablet. 10 inches is actually too small for me

  • wmsco1

    Actually I thought about it, but they drug there feet since they announced this summer. My application for this device would be on my table in the charging mount, because I do a lot of reading and watching videos . So Contrary to belief, there is a niche for 12 ” tablet and the S-Pen is just gravy on top. As far as mobile, I would say No. Because they drug their feet I bought the 10.1 2014 edition and I must say that the 3 gig of ram and speed was a Great improvement and S-Pen with multi tasking makes it even better. The next question would be price? What is the 2″ worth? Samsung is always pricier.

  • trendingto

    having huge tablet means nothing…

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    • wmsco1

      So you have a 6″ TV screen I’m so happy for you.

      • trendingto

        they is huge difference between a large TV and 6 inch TV (only s pen makes me happy). tredingto.blogspot.com

  • Bradley Michael

    great size for comics

  • trendingto

    who’s buys the giant Tablet anyway….and will be costly too..
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  • crazed_z06

    I thought I told you that we wont stop

    — Samsung

  • Leif Sikorski

    Sounds pretty interesting to me. I never liked 10″ tablets because for gaming, social media and typing it was too large (7-8″ is perfect for this stuff), but for magazines and pdf’s even 10″ was too small. This size might be great for excactly this….PDFs, Magazines and the S-Pen applications for some drawing. I doubt it will be attractive to many people, but I would love to try it if this gets real.

    • mustbepbs

      10″ too small for PDFs and magazines? Are you blind or something? I think you need glasses. Most magazines and PDFs don’t even scale to the entire 10″ screen size.

      • HarvesterX

        I have 20/30 vision WITH glasses and have no issies with PDFs at all. That’s on a 5.2 inch screen with the font as small as it goes on the rom I’m using. I never had issues reading and have wierd vision..idk

  • Jordan

    I’d prefer to hear some rumors about the Nexus 10 2nd Gen

    • Ej McCarty

      You and me both bro. I wanna get one so bad because my nexus 7 2012 is all messed up. Won’t connect to any computer no matter what I do. I’m tempted to get a nexus ten but I know if I get one, the new one will come out 15 days after I get mine haha.

    • Ej McCarty

      I think it would be amazing if Asus made the new one and made a keyboard for it. Honestly I’d buy both in a heartbeat.

  • MistaButters

    12.2″ and 16:10 resolution. FACKWORS that’s going to be one long ass tablet.

    • zurginator

      If it’s 16:10 it might not be much ‘longer’ than their current tablet lineup (which is 16:9). Also 16:10 is best for artists, so it’s actually a pretty good move.

      • wmsco1

        Touch screen TV Yeah!

  • Ed Cerqueira

    I have the Original Galaxy Note 10.1 Been using it to take notes in College pretty much since Freshmen year. I had been waiting for the next model of the 10.1 for some time but the 2014 addition just annoyed me with the physical home button. This though may actually be a good upgrade for me, bigger screen makes it more like the actual size of a piece of paper. I may be able to look past the almost definite physical home button if the price is right.

    • zurginator

      I really don’t understand the physical buttons for tablets.

      • Ed Cerqueira

        Same, especially since it in a way almost forces you to use the tablet in a certain orientation. The Note 10.1 2014 edition kind of forces you to use it in landscape mode. If I were to get it is almost always use it in portrait mode since that’s the ideal orientation for not taking. However then the buttons would be in an awkward position…

        • zurginator

          I actually think they would work good for note taking in portrait, assuming you’re a righty. Write with your right, and then those buttons are managed with your left.

          • Ed Cerqueira

            That could work, I’ve just always been against physical buttons once the Galaxy Nexus came out.

  • https://twitter.com/paladaxar Paladaxar

    By the way, what ever happened to that dual-bootable tab that Sammy talked about — um…a while ago (beginning of the year or something?) I think it would be awesome to have Windows and Android dual boot in a big tablet like this.

  • akazerotime

    Looking at you Motorola. Think you can drop (or let slip) some X-tablet news or no?

  • https://twitter.com/paladaxar Paladaxar

    Everyone’s bashing the “massive” size of this device, but I can actually think of quite a few places where it will be just right. I know I want one for website design…I want to be able to sketch out the layout of a website, use different colors, and move things around without being limited to (what I consider) tiny screens on 7 inch and even 10 inch devices. I can imagine that tons of other designers (of all sorts of things) would love to have a bigger screen that they can draw on to sketch things up.

    Also, this is the perfect size for a student. It’s about the same size as a piece of notebook paper, so it would be great to take to class to take notes on. I had a 13 inch Windows XP Slate PC (made by Motion Computing) back when I was in college and it was perfect! The battery only lasted about two or three hours and the screen was 1024×768, but it got the job done :) Taking notes on a computer with a stylus was SOO nice…especially since I had a lot of classes where I had to draw things like circuits and math equations. I could copy/paste/edit my stuff so much easier than I would have been able to do with pencil and paper…and now I still have all my notes and don’t have to have giant 3 ring binders in storage :)

    So, I’m all for this! I just hope there’s a way to get a stylus that’s bigger than that tiny “s-pen” piece of junk.

    • zurginator

      I agree that this could be useful – I would love a 12″ tablet for my art, as an example.

      I just hate the newer Note tablets because they have physical buttons. This is a tablet!

      • E A butler

        I hate the fact that Samsung still uses physical buttons and the dreaded Touch Wiz, but the stylus and functions built in are so useful to me that It doesnt even bother me.

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    • E A butler

      FYI..the Microsoft Surface’s stylus works well with all of my Samsung S-pen devices.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    No, no.

  • rthvk

    Where’s the Galaxy Table?

    • W. Paul Schenck

      Yeah,

      I want that 24″ x 36″ tablet that is 400 ppi to use for my drawings.

      • michael arazan

        Sounds like that table top Tablet that is on Hawaii 5.0

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      Microsoft original surface table……with TouchWiz

    • michael arazan

      How many Galaxy tabs are they making, 7 inch, 8 inch, 10 inch, 12 inch. Starting to think samsung is OCD on making tablet sizes.

  • Blue Sun

    Are we going to see a Galaxy Note 16.2 or 20.2 next? The number of devices they are releasing is mind boggling.

    • jamdev12

      Would not be bad for a multi touch screen that can be used by kids in school to collaborate on a project per say. I’m just thinking.

  • DennisHeffernan

    I’m sure it will be expensive and well beyond my means, but if I could afford one, I’d almost certainly buy one.

  • Godzilla

    meh

    • Ej McCarty

      I continually think that about your life.

      • JoshGroff

        That was clever. Please teach me your ways oh guru.

  • http://randomphantasmagoria.com/ Shawn

    I hate to think how expensive this thing will be.

  • D

    I also wonder what the price will be along with this thing….