Mar 13 AT 1:57 PM Dima Aryeh 3 Comments

Samsung’s upcoming AMOLED tablet will feature a 2560×1600 display resolution

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Samsung has released only one tablet with an AMOLED display in the past. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 was actually a really nice device with a good screen, especially for those of us that enjoy the deep blacks and nice saturation of AMOLED. Sadly, we haven’t seen a single tablet that utilizes taht display technology since then.

However, that may change soon! Samsung has long been rumored to be making an AMOLED successor to the Galaxy Tab 7.7, and now we have a little more information on it. The model number will be SM-T800, and according to a user agent string on Samsung’s website, the display resolution will be 2560×1600. There will also be the SM-T801 3G model and the SM-T805 LTE model.

The tablet will be powered by an Exynos 5 processor and will run the TouchWiz version on current models, Magazine UX and all. Because it uses AMOLED, we might see some Galaxy S5 features come with the device, like the Ultra Power Saving Mode that will boost battery life by an incredible amount. Unfortunately, all of this will also result in a very high price tag. Samsung tablets have been consistently priced above $500 lately, and this flagship tablet may be no different. How do you feel about an AMOLED tablet? Tell us in the comments!

Source: SamMobile

Dima Aryeh is a Russian obsessed with all things car and tech. His time is split between gaming and fixing his racecar. He also does photography in his spare time.

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    this is update or new tab?..

  • Michael VanGilder

    I already want one. I bought a note 2014. But it has some LCD variant and LCD sucks. I already want this tablet, for the AMOLED, because it just rules. Even if it is not different enough from my note 2014. To warrant allowing myself to accept the big price tag. After living with an AMOLED screen on my galaxy s-2 for a few years, I think LCD is pathetic. Even at the extremely high 2560×1600 resolution. I really thought that at that high, LCD ‘might’ be OK. It wasn’t. I think Samsung knew this, and this was a marketing thing.