The first image of the long-rumoured Samsung Galaxy Note tablet featuring a 12.2-inch display has surfaced online.
Korean website, Moveplayer, has published what it claims to be an image of the yet to be announced Samsung tablet's front panel. As per the site, the leaked tablet is expected to be the Galaxy Note 12.2 which was formerly dubbed as SM-P900. The site also notes that the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 tablet will be sold under the Samsung 9x series.
While the leaked render does not offer any details about the innards of the device, it does reveal the overall design language of the tablet. The tablet's front panel that appears in the leaked image includes a physical Home button accompanied by Back and Settings button, similar to the Galaxy tablet range. The alleged images of the tablet also reveal that it will not feature rounded corners and instead, will be rectangular. There is Samsung branding on top of the front panel alongside the sensors.
Earlier, a report by The Korea Economic Daily claimed that Samsung was working on a 12-inch tablet, which would be the biggest screen size yet on a Samsung tablet. The report claimed that the alleged 12-inch tablet PC was expected to use Samsung display's LCD panel while it was likely to sport a higher than full-HD resolution.
In July, @evleaks had posted the specifications of Samsung SM-P900, a 12.2-inch device that would boast a resolution of 2560x1600 pixels and be powered by an Exynos Octa 5 processor. The device was also expected to support the S-Pen, Samsung's stylus solution for its Note series tablets and phablets. Another technology site also published specifications of the alleged 12.2-inch variant of the Samsung tablet dubbed as SM-P900. The site suggested that the SM-P900 tablet will run Android 4.2.