Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6 Quad Core Exynos Tablet is Actually Real

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Considering all the rumors I’ve heard recently about a quad core Samsung Galaxy tablet with a 11.6 inch display, Bob Freking’s concept below is very close to reality. He created a device called Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.6, a tablet that’s a direct rival to the iPad 3 and relies on a brand new ARM A15 Exynos processor, the quad core kind with 1GHz frequency.

The Galaxy Tab 11.6 comes with a 5MP rear camera, a front 2MP HD cam, Android Ice Cream Sandwich with TouchWiz UX and a HDMI port, plus card slot. The slate will measure a mere 8mm, so it will be very thin and portable. This Samsung concept tablet is supposed to support a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution and use AMOLED technology for its screen. The resolution rivals with the Retina Display rumored for the new iPad, but I guess we’ll have to wait till MWC 2012 to see the real deal.

Some guys claim that they’ve actually seen this tablet in the backstage at CES 2012, but they weren’t allowed to take photos of it. So, what do you say: would you buy a Galaxy Tab 11.6 or is it too big diagonal-wise?

[Thanks Bob Freking]

  • plethora

    I wonder why these newer tablets are coming out with only a 5mp camera. Even my Samsung Infuse phone has an 8mp. Still, if i could get this off contract, I might be VERY tempted (after I finally get re-employed). Right now, the ASUS Slider is receiving great reviews. I wish I could afford it.

  • Jon Garrett

    This tablet will have a dual core processor, not quad.

  • Tuan

    Can’t wait to get my hands on it. I was about to buy Tab 10.1 when I heard from a friend that a new release is coming out soon.

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  • gian

    es 2GHZ

  • Puppy

    Depends on the price.
    Depending on how well the keyboard works, the battery life and how future proof the RAM and GPU is. I would like a bigger tablet for academic purposes where textbooks, and text editors would greatly benefit from a larger screen.
    We would carry it in backpacks and use it to record classes and take notes. Well maybe not both at the same time considering the camera will likely not be swivel. Apple’s iPad keyboard is u reliable and uncustomizable. It’s GUI can sometimes be very laggy. And it has no real file system for the user.
    Make a strong connection via iCloud to our Mac/PC computers and it would be a iPad killer.