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Samsung planning 11.8 inch retina display Galaxy Tab?

The latest court battle between Apple and Samsung, over claims of patent infringement, only got underway yesterday. But it has already thrown up some juicy details of Samsung’s future plans.

Despite the fact that Apple buys many of its components from Samsung, both are currently locked in a bitter dispute over intellectual property rights.

With many drawing comparisons between Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and Apple’s iPad, the news that another tablet may be in the pipeline for the Korean manufacturer to reclaim its market position may have some weight to it.

Samsung 11.8 inch Galaxy Tab

Court documents from the jury-heard court case have hinted at a new tablet, codenamed P10. This would be a whopping 11.8-inches and be the manufacturer’s biggest tablet offering to date.

This would buck the trend towards smaller tablets, with many a number of manufacturers opting for a more compact 7-inch display.

The planned tablet would have a 2560 x 1600 retina display, which matches the latest iPad and exceeds the resolution offered by the iPad 2.

Though this will be stretched over a larger screen size compared to the iPad’s 9.7 inches, it would reportedly still achieve a noteworthy 256ppi.

With a bumper screen of almost 12 inches, such a resolution would look amazing and could finally see Samsung rival Apple in the tablet stakes.

Samsung launch event

Samsung may announce further details of the tablet at an event it is planning to hold in August. Some have speculated that that this could also be the official launch date for the Galaxy Note 10.1.

LTE connectivity is also set to feature on the ‘P10′ tablet, however as these networks haven’t reached British shores, this may mean very little to British customers.

The court case between the two parties is expected to last for another month, so there is no doubt that even more exciting details may be revealed about Samsung and Apple’s technological innovations.

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