Samsung Galaxy Note 12" with high-res display tipped for Q3, beating a larger iPad to market
1. FlushGordon (unregistered)
Again...the success of this tablet will determine IF the price is right...
The Note 8.0 was a huuuge letdown because of the price, I just hope SAMSUNG gets it right this time around
9. tech2 (Posts: 1115; Member since: 26 Oct 2012)
'the success of this tablet will determine IF the price is right'
Shouldn't be it the other way round ? xD
26. rawbow (Posts: 394; Member since: 30 Mar 2012)
"Shouldn't be it the other way round ? xD"
Shouldn't it be the other way round ? :P
and lol yeah you are right!
2. TheBitterrTruth (unregistered)
Why not 440+ ppi?
5. zhiae (Posts: 136; Member since: 26 Aug 2012)
the may dun that if it uses direct power instead of battery
12. scriptwriter (Posts: 396; Member since: 13 Nov 2012)
To get that sort of PPI on a 12 inch tablet, you'd have be approaching screen specs of 4K. This tablet has the same amount of pixels as the Nexus 10 but because of the larger screen size, the pixels are spread further apart. Todate, the nexus 10 has the highest PPI of any tablet. If you was to make the nexus 10 screen smaller, say 7 inches, then the PPI would be closer to 440. However making it larger will decrease the PPI as demonstrated by this tablet's specs.
16. andro. (Posts: 1926; Member since: 16 Sep 2011)
a 2560x1600 pixel screen is more than good enough on tablet. Also a 12 inch screen would be great as i personnaly want a screen larger than 10.1
3. ihatesmartphone (unregistered)
This is what I'm waiting for...:)
come on samsung!!
bring it on!!
23. desijatt (Posts: 49; Member since: 28 Aug 2012)
yessssss............ i hope it has a hell of a processor like Bay Trail or something even better
4. Igneel (unregistered)
Really hate the physical button though
6. FlushGordon (unregistered)
Physical buttons increases your screen size...a 12 inch screen will give you true 12 inches as opposed to a 12 incher with virtual buttons...what's there to hate about it?
11. caiofmart (Posts: 3; Member since: 01 May 2013)
Virtual button wouldn't use even 10% of the screen, and screen will still bigger than the 10.1 inch tablets. And the buttons positions of the Tab 10.1 is pretty awkward and uncomfortable to use in portrait mode. The old buttons and notifications layout of the Honeycomb/ICS where much comfortable and convenient for the 10+ inch tablets than middle position keys and the notification bar on the top of JB for me.
17. andro. (Posts: 1926; Member since: 16 Sep 2011)
Physical button is actually much better on a tab as using the semi permanent ones onscreen means a bar bar of screen space is wasted for nearly everything but video playback. Samsung does remove the bar for video playback already but not having it at all would be great.
7. lhtbinh1909 (Posts: 48; Member since: 02 Apr 2013)
Galaxy Note is just something I'll definitely get one, been loving them since Note 10.1. 12" and a keyboard then it can replace my laptop at office
8. FlushGordon (unregistered)
Yo SAMSUNG ...to be able to compete against the full-sized iPads, you need to beat them to the price (as what captain obvious has been insisting since day one) but so far you aren't very good at pricing your devices competitively...Note 8, Mega 6.3....anyone? Who in their right mind would buy these???
21. jdoee100 (Posts: 261; Member since: 04 Jun 2013)
Samsung can be alot of things good or bad, but samsung not selling is not one of them.
10. JMartin22 (Posts: 521; Member since: 30 Apr 2013)
I'll choose an Android phone over an iPhone any day of the week. But Android tablet ecosystem is vastly inferior and no amount of nice hardware on the OEMs' part will make up for the lack of tablet-optimized/tablet-specific applications. Until then, the iPad is the go-to tablet. Hopefully this changes in a couple of years.
13. ajac09 (Posts: 1167; Member since: 30 Sep 2009)
wow now this actually might be to big for a tablet unless it comes with a keyboard dock
14. sergiobr (Posts: 269; Member since: 25 Feb 2013)
Great Job Samsung ! I was waiting for that size !
15. _Bone_ (Posts: 1995; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)
12" always made sense. You can hold a 7-8"-er in one hand or two but for larger two hands are mandatory anyway, so providing they can cut down bezels and weight, 12" makes sense. Really, the Note 8.0 should be in the $300 category and the Note 12.0 with 2600k screen in the $500, I'd consider buying either.
19. YouGotTrolledSon (banned) (Posts: 41; Member since: 25 Nov 2012)
Where's thump down button ?
22. Sonny_09 (Posts: 45; Member since: 24 May 2013)
Galaxy tab 7.0'' 7.7'' 8.0'' 12.1''
Galaxy note I II 12''
Galaxy S4, S4 mini, S4 zoom, S4 active..
Stop milking consumer's money. the best part, they shrinks/ enlarge and mix and match internal components. If the next big things are already here as illustrated by their ads, samsung should really shut the f up right now.
24. desijatt (Posts: 49; Member since: 28 Aug 2012)
they give the consumer more options by making different sizes.. whats bad about it???? I'm happy to see lots of options
25. Sonny_09 (Posts: 45; Member since: 24 May 2013)
Are you happy to see 1 month after buying your phone, your phone get bumped down by another phone of similar, slightly improved spec? as in the case of buying a S3 mini, just to get it overtook by samsung galaxy grand?
30. ncarlosmiguel (Posts: 199; Member since: 14 May 2013)
Choose one and be contented. If you think you are compelled to buy everything that Samsung makes.then that's your problem.
If you buy phones for status then buy an iPhone. you'll have the best and latest for 1 year. But the truth is, nobody cares what your phone is,
27. cR203 (Posts: 166; Member since: 27 Jan 2013)
I though Samsung was suppose to be releasing a tablet with a high resolution super amoled display this year?
31. maaen (Posts: 1; Member since: 12 Jun 2013)
I want samsung to make it a removable battery tablet...if the battery is too large to be removable then why not have two semi large batteries of the removable type and work with a switch one battery at a time so that when one battery depletes it could be removed and charged in an external charger while the second battery would continue powering the tablet and all could go swimmingly.I wonder if someone knowledgeable would kindly give their input regarding my notion/idea...or perhaps add their own ideas to further the cause for removable batteries in tablets.?
I would really love to get a tablet ...it is about time ...the Note 1 and 2 are OK most of the time but I would like a large screen to writ and draw on and this 12.2 affair ought to have removable batteries.....If only Samsung heard this plea ...this tablet will become the most successful tablet yet.