We love this Apple vs Samsung court case taking place over in California at the moment. It's like a big piñata of information - the judge gives the squabbling duo a whack, and a shower of juicy goodies falls to the ground for us to gobble up.
This latest snippet concerns the South Korean half of the feud. In court documents made public, Samsung's plans to launch an 11.8-inch HD tablet are revealed.
Yes, Samsung's trying yet another tablet hat on for size. Having started with the tiddly Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0, then moved up to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, and promptly retreated to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and 7.7, Sammy's going big once again.
Very big, in fact. With a screen size of 11.8 inches, this latest device will be the biggest tablet we've ever seen.
Number, numbers, numbers
Not only will the new tablet's display be large, it'll also be sharp. At 2560x1600, that's double the resolution of the original Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Of course, the larger size doesn't necessarily result in double the sharpness, but it'll still have an impressive pixel density of 256 ppi.
We're talking the same level of pixel density as the latest iPad with its Retina display, in fact.
The Verge reckons we might get to see the 'Samsung Galaxy Tab 11.8' (our name) at a special New York show in mid-August.