Windows 10 seems to be gathering momentum, at least with OEMs or device-makers.
After reports about HP getting ready to launch a new Windows 10-powered phone named Falcon at the Mobile World Congress 2016, there are now reports which cite that Korean electronics giant Samsung is soon going to launch a new 12-inch tablet powered by Windows 10 which will become a part of the Samsung Galaxy Tab series family.
The tablet, in news for some time now, has reportedly got certified for both WiFi, Bluetooth connectivity and is said to have ‘SM-W700’ as its model number. Indian import-tracking site Zauba tracked the value of the device at $455.
The tablet is expected to come with the Intel Core M processor coupled with a 4GB RAM unit and the S-Pen as an accessory. Earlier, Samsung had launched a gigantic 18.4-inch tablet called Samsung Galaxy View. The tablet featured a fullHD screen and ran on a 1.6GHz octa-core processor with 2GB of RAM and 32GB storage, expandable up to 128GB.