In the past, Samsung was reportedly working on a Windows 10-powered tablet. Now, the tablet in question has been certified by the WiFi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG under the model number SM-W700, suggesting that Samsung could be unveiling its own Windows 10 tablet soon.
Unfortunately, the aforementioned certifications did not reveal too many key specifications of the mysterious tablet, other than the fact that it is running on Windows 10 and is supposedly packing a 12-inch display. However, according to SamMobile, the SM-W700 could be equipped with either a 2560 x 1600 or 3840 x 2400 resolution display along with an Intel Core M processor. The tablet could also be shipped with Samsung’s signature S Pen.
While the SM-W700 isn’t the Korean company’s first Windows-powered tablet, it is the company’s first Windows 10 product in such a form factor. It will be interesting to see if Samsung will bring anything new to the Windows 10 tablet market, seeing how the Microsoft Surface lineup – and a slew of other similar products – has been dominating the market in recent times.
As of the time of this writing, it remains to be seen when Samsung will officially announce the SM-W700 Windows 10 tablet. Hopefully, the Korean company will unveil its latest product at CES 2016, which is slated to take place next week.