It has been expected that Samsung would roll out some new tablets, and last Friday details emerged regarding Tab Pro, Note Pro, and Tab Lite models. Following this has been a so-called leak regarding the Note Pro in particular, with Korean website Move Player offering an interesting (and dubious) claim about the model, which will reportedly see a CES 2014 or MWC launch.
As you may have guessed from the image above, Move Player is stating the Galaxy Note Pro will be offered in two different sizes: the first, a 12.2-inch model, and the second, a smaller 10.1-inch offering. Reportedly, the smaller of the two models will have a generous display resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, as well as 3GB of RAM. Also generous is the claimed battery capacity of 9500mAh. The OS is said to be Android 4.4, and the overall weight is pegged at 750 grams.
Beyond this, the website is also claiming the Note Pro's claimed dual-booting functionality isn't true, citing unnamed sources who nixed the idea of Windows running as a secondary operating system alongside the expected Android offering. The news is disappointing, perhaps, but not terribly surprising at this point.
The question now is whether such claims can be trusted. The sources aren't identified, and the source article Move Player draws its information from has since been pulled. There are no verifiable sources that can be seen, and nothing in the way of any sort of relationship that could lend credibility. Until something -- anything -- concrete lands, this one will stay filed away in the rumor section.