We reported back in August on an upcoming Samsung 12-inch Windows 10 tablet that was looking pretty sharp. Well, seems like this mythical wonder received it’s Wi-Fi certification, which is an important step in bringing any new machine to market (via techlabor.hu).
The Samsung machine (product number SM-W700) is looking like a well-spec’d device, at the very least. There no news on whether the tablet will sport a plug-in keyboard to make it a true Microsoft Surface competitor, nor do we have any idea of Samsung’s design. What we do know about the specs amount to the following:
- 12″ display with 2,560 X 1,440 or 3,840 X 2,440 resolution
- Intel Core M processor, fanless
- 4GB RAM
- S Pen
- 6.2mm thin
- 600 grams
Here’s the Wi-Fi certification documentation:
Samsung tablet WiFi Certification page one.
Samsung tablet WiFi Certification page two, which gives a hint at some of the wireless capabilities of the new device.
We don’t know much more than that, but another member of the Windows 10 stable will be welcome, and should help accomplish the expected significant growth in Windows 10 tablets. We’ll let you know as soon as we learn more about the new Samsung tablet.