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Samsung might beat Apple to the punch with big-screen Galaxy Note 12.2

by TabTimes Staff

October 14 2013

Rumors have swirled for months that both Apple and Samsung are working on bigger screen versions of their tablets.

But while a 13-inch iPad Maxi doesn't appear to be coming anytime soon, a 12.2-inch version of Samsung's Galaxy Note Android tablet looks farther along to being released.

Some reports say that Samsung's 12.2-inch tablet will sport a hi res 2560 x 1600 resolution.

The Taiwan site Digitimes claims sources in the supply chain say Samsung was initially working on a 12-inch Nexus tablet, but Google lost interest on building a bigger version and decided to focus on the Nexus 7 instead. So now Samsung plans to build the device under its own brand. But it's still not clear when it might come to market.

DigiTimes, a popular site that often has details regarding device supply and demand, reportedly has the inside scoop. High up in the supply chain sources claim Samsung was working on a 12-inch Nexus tablet, but Google eventually decided not to follow up the Nexus 10 with another larger device, and instead focused efforts on the Nexus 7.
Read more at http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/10/14/galaxy-note-12-2-beat-bigger-ipad-release/#6ErFFU3WbiWFIBZd.99
DigiTimes, a popular site that often has details regarding device supply and demand, reportedly has the inside scoop. High up in the supply chain sources claim Samsung was working on a 12-inch Nexus tablet, but Google eventually decided not to follow up the Nexus 10 with another larger device, and instead focused efforts on the Nexus 7.
Read more at http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/10/14/galaxy-note-12-2-beat-bigger-ipad-release/#6ErFFU3WbiWFIBZd.99
DigiTimes, a popular site that often has details regarding device supply and demand, reportedly has the inside scoop. High up in the supply chain sources claim Samsung was working on a 12-inch Nexus tablet, but Google eventually decided not to follow up the Nexus 10 with another larger device, and instead focused efforts on the Nexus 7.
Read more at http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/10/14/galaxy-note-12-2-beat-bigger-ipad-release/#6ErFFU3WbiWFIBZd.99
DigiTimes, a popular site that often has details regarding device supply and demand, reportedly has the inside scoop. High up in the supply chain sources claim Samsung was working on a 12-inch Nexus tablet, but Google eventually decided not to follow up the Nexus 10 with another larger device, and instead focused efforts on the Nexus 7.
Read more at http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/10/14/galaxy-note-12-2-beat-bigger-ipad-release/#6ErFFU3WbiWFIBZd.99
DigiTimes, a popular site that often has details regarding device supply and demand, reportedly has the inside scoop. High up in the supply chain sources claim Samsung was working on a 12-inch Nexus tablet, but Google eventually decided not to follow up the Nexus 10 with another larger device, and instead focused efforts on the Nexus 7.
Read more at http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/10/14/galaxy-note-12-2-beat-bigger-ipad-release/#6ErFFU3WbiWFIBZd.99
DigiTimes, a popular site that often has details regarding device supply and demand, reportedly has the inside scoop. High up in the supply chain sources claim Samsung was working on a 12-inch Nexus tablet, but Google eventually decided not to follow up the Nexus 10 with another larger device, and instead focused efforts on the Nexus 7.
Read more at http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/10/14/galaxy-note-12-2-beat-bigger-ipad-release/#6ErFFU3WbiWFIBZd.99
DigiTimes, a popular site that often has details regarding device supply and demand, reportedly has the inside scoop. High up in the supply chain sources claim Samsung was working on a 12-inch Nexus tablet, but Google eventually decided not to follow up the Nexus 10 with another larger device, and instead focused efforts on the Nexus 7.
Read more at http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/10/14/galaxy-note-12-2-beat-bigger-ipad-release/#6ErFFU3WbiWFIBZd.99
DigiTimes, a popular site that often has details regarding device supply and demand, reportedly has the inside scoop. High up in the supply chain sources claim Samsung was working on a 12-inch Nexus tablet, but Google eventually decided not to follow up the Nexus 10 with another larger device, and instead focused efforts on the Nexus 7.
Read more at http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/10/14/galaxy-note-12-2-beat-bigger-ipad-release/#6ErFFU3WbiWFIBZd.99
DigiTimes, a popular site that often has details regarding device supply and demand, reportedly has the inside scoop. High up in the supply chain sources claim Samsung was working on a 12-inch Nexus tablet, but Google eventually decided not to follow up the Nexus 10 with another larger device, and instead focused efforts on the Nexus 7.
Read more at http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/10/14/galaxy-note-12-2-beat-bigger-ipad-release/#6ErFFU3WbiWFIBZd.99

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