The tablet is the often-rumored Galaxy Note Pro. SamMobile today reportedly managed to confirm most of its specs, and has benchmark screenshots as proof.
As indicated before, the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro seemingly sports a 12.2 inch display with 2560 x 1600 pixels. It appears to be running Android 4.4.2 KitKat, and SamMobile says it will come with a new, "more unique" tablet UI - albeit without providing details on exactly what this means. Other features: 8MP rear camera, 2.1MP front-facing camera, 3GB of RAM, NFC, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0 and an IR blaster.
The processor inside the Galaxy Note Pro looks to be a 2.26GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 (8974-AA) - the same found in the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, LG Nexus 5, Sony Xperia Z Ultra and other high-end devices released in 2013.
The Note Pro that’s been benchmarked is the SM-P905 LTE-capable model. Samsung should also launch a SM-P900 Wi-Fi-only version. Moreover, we recently heard that AT&T will carry its own Galaxy Note Pro, model number SM-P907A.
As you’ll see in he screenshots posted below, the Galaxy Note Pro scored only a tad higher than the Galaxy Note 3 in AnTuTu. However, this is likely because the new tablet is currently "running experimental test software."
As for the affordable handset we mentioned at the beginning of the article, this is called Galaxy Grand Neo (according to SammyHub). The website says that its features include a 5-inch display with 480 x 800 pixels, a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, and Android 4.3. These are similar to the rumored features of the Galaxy Grand Lite, so we’re thinking that "Grand Neo" is just a different name for the Grand Lite. Of course, only time will tell if we're right.
Samsung may officially announce the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 at MWC 2014 in Barcelona (24 - 27 February), possibly alongside the Galaxy Grand Neo / Lite, and other new tablets and smartphones. It will be an extremely busy year for the South Korean giant, and we're looking forward to seeing how (and if) it's going to increase its domination of the mobile device market.
sources: SamMobile, SammyHub