Last week I was rambling away about the rumoured Samsung T700 tablet, essentially a Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 with an AMOLED display.
In the final paragraph I mentioned the larger SM-T805, and what do you know? It’s only gone and popped up in a benchmark, revealing pretty much everything there is to know about SM-T805 specs. Lovely.
Like the smaller T700, the SM-T805 is essentially an AMOLED variant of an existing tablet, namely the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1, though it stretches the display to a slightly unorthodox 10.5in.
Of course Samsung is quite fond of colossal tablets at the moment, having recently unveiled the Galaxy Tab and Note Pro 12.2 slates.
As for the SM-T805, specs include – again – a 10.5in display (2560 x 1600), octa-core Exynos 5 Octa processor clocked at 1.9GHz, 16GB internal storage, 3GB of RAM, and 8MP/2MP cameras.
Meanwhile, operating system duties are assigned to the latest version of Google’s ubiquitous software, namely KitKat Android 4.4.2.
SM-T805 features with a big red cross beside them include HDR photography, a barometer, Near Field Communication (NFC), and a proximity sensor. Can’t see too many people being bothered about those.
The SM-T805 also has a SIM card slot, so it’s probably safe to assume that this is the LTE version, while the Wi-Fi only variant will be the SM-T800.