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Upcoming Android Tablets 2014: Samsung's 12" Galaxy Note Pro Tablet Rumored To Hit AT&T Next Year

By Staff Writer | December 30, 2013 08:36 PM EST

As 2014 closes, news of upcoming Android tablets for 2014 have already been under way as early as November. Some brands which aim to release a tablet next year include Asus, HP, Apple, and now Samsung.

Samsung's device, dubbed as the Galaxy Note Pro allegedly boasts a 12.2-inch screen, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Now, notorious leakster EVleaks posted on Twitter that the tablet would be heading to AT&T next year.

Bearing the model number SM-P907A, the purported Android tablet is expected to become Samsung's newest flagship tablet in its screen category and place it alongside the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition).

There are still no reports whether the tablet will be exclusive to AT&T or it will also be available for other carriers. 

Aside fromt the few specifications mentioned above, the rumored Galaxy tablet would also feature a metal chassis, which certainly provides a premium feel for the device, but could also make it one of the heaviest slates in the market. 

In comparison, Apple is also rumored to be working on a 12.9" tablet with the 'Pro' branding. Rumored as the iPad Pro, the tablet would allegedly ditch the Retina display in favor of 2K and 4K resolution screens. 

Even before the start of the year, 2014 is already gearing out to be another successful year in the mobile device business. 

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