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Further products have been unveiled through the Samsung Apple legal spat, this time an upcoming 11.8in Samsung tablet with a 2560 x 1600 display.

The South Korean firm is working on the tablet, codenamed P10, according to court documents which timestamp the product with a 2012 release date. The 11.8in fondleslab makes an appearance in Samsung roadmaps alongside already launched products from 2011.

Last year, rumours circulated the web that Samsung would pip Apple to the post in releasing tablets with 'retina' resolutions.

An 11.8in slate with these exact display specifications was mooted at the time. However, sources went into further detail whispering about a dual-core 2GHz CPU and Android Beam, Google's feature to let users share content and contacts by touching two devices together.

Samsung has various events coming up and a ginormous presence at Berlin's consumer electronics show, IFA, to plan for, so it's possible we'll hear much more about this tablet soon. ®

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