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Samsung's 'better-than-Retina' display looks to be baked onto 11.8-inch tablet, sporting a 2560x1600 resolution

Samsung preparing 11.8-inch tablet with 'Retina' display, pushing 2560x1600 on a tablet

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Jul 31, 2012 5:29 am

We know that Samsung are preparing a 'better-than-Retina' display, with a news post a little over 24 hours ago regarding the news. The Verge is reporting that court documents in relation to the on-going Apple vs. Samsung case have revealed that Samsung are working on a tablet codenamed "P10".

 

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Samsung's P10 tablet includes LTE connectivity, as well as an 11.8-inch screen capable of driving 2560x1600. As I said in my post yesterday, Samsung and LG are the makers of the Retina display, so it was only a matter of time before we saw a "Retina-like" display in one of their smart device lines. An 11.8-inch tablet borderlines on the 'portability' side of things, but the extra size should make the resolution of the screen really pop out.

 

The P10 with a 2560x1600 resolution would sport a pixel density of 256 ppi. Samsung are looking to host an event in mid-August in NYC, which should be geared up to announce the revised Galaxy Note 10.1, but the company could use the event to tease the new P10 tablet, too. The things dreams are made of, eh? Samsung, do you mind flying me out to the event?

NEWS SOURCES:Theverge.com

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