4G-Less Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 Arrives to the FCC
Samsung doesn’t seem to place enough emphasis on tablet market with its Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Note models. However, the company will soon take industry by storm with its new tablet models, including the one with 12.2-inch display.
The 4G-capable model of the Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 has just made the expected FCC pit stop, but more recently the non-4G model of the tablet also stops by the telecommunication organization for approval. The drawings show that the device will include support for stylus, which is something we should expect from a Note device.
Apart from the absence of support for fast 4G data access, the tablet should be identical to its 4G-capable sibling. Inside, the device would be equipped with 12.2-inch (2560 x 1600) display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor and 3GB of RAM.
Depending on when the tablet would arrive, it could come with the older Jelly Bean (Android 4.3) or Kit Kat (Android 4.4) out of the box. Rumors suggest that Samsung will begin the production of Note 12.2 later this year with the actual release on Q1 2014. Additional information on availability, hardware specs and pricing are still scarce at the moment.