While devices are released around the world, they aren’t always released stateside but given that we’re such gadget lovers, we can’t help but be curious as to what sort of toys our friends in other countries might be getting. Well it seems that such a device has popped up in none other than Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea. It was spotted during a trade fair where approved electronics were put on display. Unfortunately the details of the device remains somewhat of a mystery, although the folks at Android Central are speculating that it sports a 10” display with what appears to be Android on board. However a box in the background revealed the word “Samijyo”, which happens to be another North Korean tablet that was introduced in June earlier this year. However given that it’s Android and taking North Korea’s strict internet access into consideration, we’d have to guess it will be an extremely modified version of Android that will not feature any of Google’s core services. If you have any idea of what sort of specs this tablet could feature, let us know in the comments below!
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