Samsung tablet trio leaked with WQHD 2560 x 1600 screens, two with Super AMOLED
Three unannounced Samsung tablets have leaked online with WQHD displays (2560 x 1600 pixels), likely launching as part of the rumored Galaxy Tab S line.
Samsung already said that it will focus more of its efforts on tablets this year, and unveiled several slates so far in 2014. Nonetheless, the company is reportedly working on a new Galaxy Tab S family of tablets, and three yet-to-be-announced models that could be part of that lineup have just leaked online with exciting specifications.
The folks over at GSM Arena have received an interesting tip from their "inside contact," offering some more information on Samsung's upcoming devices. According to the publication, two of these yet-to-be-announced tablets are rumored to boast AMOLED displays.
"All three come in 3G and Wi-Fi versions. Note that "3G" may refer to 3G + LTE, though LTE model numbers typically end in 5. They all have WQXGA resolution (2,560 x 1,600), but thee different screen sizes," GSM Arena reports.
A Samsung T801/T800 device codenamed "Chagall" will likely launch as the Galaxy Tab S and appears with a Super AMOLED screen measuring 10.x inches. Based on previous leaks about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S lineup, this model will most likely have a 10.5-inch screen.
The Samsung T701/T700, or "Klimt," is also listed with a Super AMOLED screen at 8.x inches, which will likely be 8.4 based on previous leaks. These 10.x and 8.x models have also made appearances in AnTuTu benchmarks, which revealed four Cortex-A15 cores at 1.9GHz and four Cortex-A7 cores at 1.3GHz, a hexa-core Mali-T628 graphics processing unit (GPU) and a 32-bit dual-channel 933MHz LPDDR3e RAM for multitasking, GSM Arena further notes. Both of these models appeared with 8-megapixel rear cameras and 2-megapixel front shooters, as well as fingerprint scanners.
Lastly, the largest of the three is the Samsung T911/T910 "Warhol," boasting a massive 13.3-inch screen. As GSM Arena points out, this model may launch as the new Galaxy Tab Pro top-end tablet. This version may come with an LCD screen, not AMOLED, but will boast the same WQHD resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels.
All three of these tablet models are expected to run Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box, with Samsung's UI customizations on top.
Keep in mind, however, that all of this is based on leaks and speculations, with nothing confirmed at this point. As always in such cases, it is highly advisable to take everything with a grain of salt until Samsung makes it official.