AT&T tipped to carry Samsung Galaxy Note Pro


While we’re waiting for Samsung to officially announce details about the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro (potentially at CES), @evleaks tells us we can already look forward to at least one carrier shoving their 4G LTE radios inside. The Twitter-bound leakster has mentioned that the device would be headed to AT&T under the model number SM-P907A.

samsung galaxy note pro

We don’t know a ton about the Galaxy Note Pro just yet, but what we do know makes us quite excited:

  • 12.2-inch 2560 x 1600 display
  • Quad-core 2.4GHz processor (Snapdragon 800?)
  • 3GB of RAM
  • 9,500mAh battery

It sounds like a beast of a tablet, though time will tell if something this unwieldy will be able to capture the interests of a wide range of people in a time where lighter and smaller tablets are often seen as better. There’s only a week to go before we see if Samsung is ready to take the wraps off of a tablet that should make a huge splash in the market (be it in sales or reviews) once it launches.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. As long as it’s not something completely outrageous as far as price, I would absolutely get it. I’m of the mind that if you want a tablet that is lighter and smaller, use your phone. :-)

  2. I want one I love my 2013 Note 10.1 But i’ll love this Even MORE !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. I dont know about other areas besides South Florida, but ATT will NOT sell a device, even at full retail without a plan. So if this is exclusive to ATT, its off to Negri to buy an international version.

  4. “9,500mAh battery”

  5. After having toyed around with Samsung Ativ Smart PC’s today (11.6 inch screen), I think I’ll stick with my Nexus 10 for now.

  6. – 12.2-inch 2560 x 1600 display

    So now what excuse will PC makers use for delivering 1366×768 resolution screens?

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