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Samsung slides the GT-P8110 tablet through the FCC

Samsung's latest tablet arrives at the FCC, model GT-P8110

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Aug 10, 2012 3:29 am

Our friends over at Netbook News are reporting that Samsung have slid a new tablet into the labs and hands of the FCC, the GT-P8110. This slate is quite the mystery, and there's really no information about it.

 

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But, from the drawing above, we can see its definitely not the just-rooted and released Galaxy Note 10.1. The shape is different, with some curves to it and the camera placement makes it look like it's going to be a bigger device, possibly 11.8-inch, or it could end up at 10.1-inch with a different camera position.

 

I'm guessing that if this newly discovered tablet is indeed 11.8-inch, then it could be the 'better-than-Retina' tablet Samsung are working on. The 11.8-inch slate sported a resolution of 2560x1600. The model of this tablet was 'P10', which would make sense, to me anyway. The tablet that was released to the FCC sports NFC, and will supposedly be released in Wi-Fi only and 4G models. We should hopefully find out more about this device at IFA.

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