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When it comes to smartphones, Samsung has a history of pushing towards bigger displays, so why would the company treat tablets any differently? We’ve already seen a 12.2-inch slate from the South Korean electronics maker and according to GSMArena, an even bigger slab is already in the works. A device codenamed “Warhol” is in development and it will feature a 13.3-inch LCD with a 2,560 x 1,600 resolution. 

Like Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy Tab S, this massive tablet is expected to run Android 4.4 KitKat, along with Samsung’s usual in-house software.This unannounced device will be available in WiFi and carrier connected options, however release details remain unknown.

We’re a fan on sharp displays and beastly hardware, but a 13.3-inch tablet might be too big. At what point does a device no longer become portable and eventually drive you back to a notebook? It’ll be interesting to see how Samsung markets this new device whenever it’s announced.

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