Samsung is testing a new, still unannounced Windows 10-based Tablet PC. It is the Samsung SM-W700, and it is almost ready for launch.
Samsung is almost ready to launch a new Windows Tablet PC: it is the SM-W700, a device that, in the past weeks, has been partially unveiled by several testing authorities.
According to the Indian trade registrar Zauba, three dozens of Samsung SM-W700 has been imported from South Corea to India between September and November – 31 units has been shipped for “testing and evaluation purpose” and has been destroyed after testing while seven additional devices has been imported in mid-November “for research and development purpose and evaluation”; according to the import documents, the value of each device is 550 USD. In the same days, there has been the import of a unspecified “C-Type cover for Samsung tablet”.
In mid-November the Samsung SM-W700 has been tested by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, the organization that oversees the development of Bluetooth standards and the licensing of related technologies. The SIG certified the SM-W700, classified as a non-better-described “Samsung Mobile Device” with Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity, while few days ago the WiFi Alliance, the organization behind 802.11 WiFi standars, certified the Samsung SM-W700 as a dual-band 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Windows 10 tablet.
According to unconfirmed rumors, the new Samsung is a 12-inch, Core M-based Windows tablet with an ultra-high-resolution display and Samsung Pen (Wacom EMR technology). The value of the early pre-production units is compatible with this rumors.
It is highly probable that the new tablet will be presented at CES 2016 in early January.