The long-running legal battle between Apple and Samsung has revealed Samsung is working on a tablet directly targeting Apple's iPad- most significantly boasting a similar resolution to Apple's retina display.
Court documents have revealed Samsung plans to launch an 11.8in tablet with a 2560x1600 resolution - matching Apple's 246ppi retina display.
Apple's retina display first debuted with the company's most recent iPad, and has since moved on to its line of MacBooks.
The slate is codenamned P10. It will include LTE connectivity, but other features are yet to be revealed.
Samsung is yet to comment on its plans.
The pair's legal battle centres around Apple’s iPad and iPhone devices, and the alleged theft of technology used in the devices by competing mobile manufacturers.
Apple has waged legal wars all around the world with the claim Samsung has “slavishly copied” Apple’s own smartphone and tablet devices in its Android-powered handsets and tablets.
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