Samsung may be working on Windows 10 tablet

Samsung may be working on Windows 10 tablet

One of the totally new features Windows 10 comes with is the ability of the OS to run on all kinds of digital devices, be it a PC, a tablet or a smartphone. This gives Microsoft access to more and more customers, while giving manufacturers more flexibility to decide what kind of devices they want to release and what software to offer with them.

Perhaps due to this reason alone Samsung has decided to come up with a new Windows 10-powered tablet. The information on the device is not official by any means but Samsung has some experience releasing Windows tablets so why not launch a new one with the new Windows 10 OS then?

The rumored tablet is expected to arrive with a 12-inch display, which will be a first for Samsung. The device will likely debut this fall along with Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 slate. Unofficial sources claim the unnamed 12-inch Samsung tablet will have a 14 nm Intel Core M Broadwell processor, 4 GB of RAM and the aforementioned display, which will work at either 2560 x 1600 or 3840 x 2400 resolutions. The tablet may also have an S Pen. As to the chassis, the device will be just 6.2 mm thick and will weigh around 600 grams.

Of course there’s no information on the price of the upcoming tablet, given that it is not even official, but the rumors behind it seem to be rather serious so there might be such a device after all.

Source: Ubergizmo.com

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