Unannounced 12-inch Samsung Windows 10 Tablet Lands In India For Testing, Gets Bluetooth SIG and WiFi Certification

Secret has been uncovered as it looks like Samsung is getting ready to offer a big, gigantic 12-inch Windows 10 tablet in the future, but now it appears to be under the works at the Korean tech giant. It was the month of September, a rumor surfaced suggesting that the South Korean electronics may be prepping a 12-inch tablet which will come running Windows 10 as its operating system. Expected to pack a 12″ Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 or 3840×2400 pixels. Now that it seems like the same device has passed through Wi-Fi Certification, as the model number SM-W700.

Samsung 12-inch Windows 10 tablet gets Wifi-certificate
Spotted the secret tablet by Samsung, which it gained its Wi-Fi approval rating. While the company has not suggested that it has any plans to release a Windows 10 tablet, and with the certification we find makes it very interesting to see. Although Samsung is going to have a busy first quarter, as the giant ready to unveil its Galaxy S7 flagship alongside its curved variant, Galaxy S7 Edge sometime in February, an 8-inch tablet is among rumors and, now, it seems like the firm holds a 12-inch Windows 10 slate hands-on.

Samsung Windows 10 Tablet 2016
The Samsung’s 12-inch Windows 10 tablet with a model number SM-W700 has received Bluetooth SIG and WiFi Alliance, it is said to be powered by a 14 nanometer Intel Core M processor, 4GB of RAM, and the S-Pen. No other specs of the unknown tablet are made available at the moment. Nevertheless, the same tablet has been listed on Zauba for testing purposes, which is an import-export tracking site of India. Price-tag on the tablet was slated as $450 on the listing and if you trust the sources then it was previously said to be sporting a 6.2mm thin bezel and will supposedly weighs 600 grams.

What do you think of Samsung’s upcoming 12-inch Windows 10 tablet?