Samsung teases Windows 8 tablet for IFA launch

As we near the IFA back in Berlin we do know that Samsung is readying itself for multiple announcements, the launch of the Galaxy Note II and now a Windows 8 running tablet.


We already knew that the Korean giant was working on Windows 8 tablet running on x86 processor and would be laucnhing it in October this year and this could be it. 

Taking on to its Facebook page, Samsung Notebook teased a picture a Windows 8 running tablet which will arrive with a detachable keyboard.

The tablet’s detachable keyboard would work in the same way as that of Microsoft’s Surface. Though there was no information regarding the specifications of the tablet given out by Samsung, previous leaks suggest that the tablet would:

  • Run on Intel Clover Trail x86-based CPU
  • Have a micro SD card slot
  • High speed USB port
  • 1080p HD 11-inch display
  • Front and rear facing cameras
  • Battery life of up to 10 hours or so
  • Physical detachable keyboard dock and more

The tablet matches the looks of Samsung’s Series 5 Hybrid which was showcased at Computex earlier this year. Along with this the company will rival alongside Acer’s Windows 8 tablet and also Asus’s Tablet 600 and Tablet 810.

More official details to follow in the next couple of days. Do stay tuned to us for all the coverage from IFA.