Samsung T700: 8.4in AMOLED display, 359PPI, Exynos 5 Octa

Samsung T700: 8.4in AMOLED display, 359PPI, Exynos 5 OctaLast year, LG reckoned it had nailed the “optimum size of a tablet” with the G Pad 8.3, and Samsung, no stranger to 8in tablets right enough, appears to agree. Mostly.

We’re told to expect an 8.4in Samsung T700 tablet, with an eye-melting resolution, super-fast processor and AMOLED display. Sounds good to me.

The first Samsung T700 specs come courtesy of GFXBench, so we’re getting a fairly comprehensive look at the internals.

The display is the headline feature here. Samsung T700 specs include an 8.4in display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600. That’d yield 359PPI, higher still than the 324PPI iPad mini. Not too shabby.

And the display-related fun doesn’t end there. The Samsung T700 will supposedly have an AMOLED display, a feat unseen since the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 (pictured above).

Other Samsung T700 specs include an octa-core Exynos 5 Octa processor (4x Cortex A15, 4x Cortex A7), 2GB of RAM, 16GB internal storage, 7MP/2MP cameras, and KitKat Android 4.4.

There’s no mention of a Samsung T700 release date just yet, but Samsung has been rumoured to be working on a pair of AMOLED tablets for several months now.

Model number SM-T805 is also doing the rounds (PhoneArena), and is also tipped to be a 2K HD AMOLED tablet. Presumably it’ll come in around the 10in mark.

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krogothnx  Mar. 20, 2014 at 17:05

Nice to see more amoled devices - it always seems to get a bad rep for being a little too saturated, but the viewing angles are simply awesome. I remember first time i saw an S2 and thought it was one of those plastic dummy models with the screen just a picture printed onto it.

gf05u  Mar. 21, 2014 at 10:40

Why is this news when the Galaxy TabPro 8.4 has pretty much the same spec already? And after looking at reviews it lags like hell compared to a Windows 8 tablet such as the Thinkpad 8


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