Samsung has reportedly been working on a new Windows 10 tablet since the summer. Rumors have hinted that the tablet will be a 12-inch unit with a Super AMOLED screen boasting a 2560 x 1600 or 3840 x 2400 resolution. The heart of the tablet is tipped to be an Intel Core M processor paired with 4GB of RAM.
The tablet will use S-Pen according to some of the rumors. That tablet has now been granted its WiFi Interoperability Certificate. The certification was granted on November 18 and the tablet carries model number SM-W700.
That model number has showed up in a Zauba listing along with the confirmation that it will use a 12-inch screen. With its WiFi certification now granted, the tablet could be ready to launch soon. There are still a number of key details unknown about the tablet.
We have no idea when the tablet might launch and pricing details are unavailable. With a big screen with such high resolution this sounds like something aimed at high-end iPad users. It would be safe to expect the tablet to be high-end priced as well. The image with this story is a mockup made by someone and not an image of the actual tablet.