What’s impressive announcement made by Samsung during its CES 2016 keynote was unveiling an all-new tablet, the Galaxy TabPro S. No, it doesn’t come running Android operating system, but this time around the South Korean electronics choose to go with the Microsoft’s latest and already on over 200 million devices OS, the Windows 10. Samsung Galaxy TabPro S makes its first dive into the world of Windows tablets and here’s everything you need to know about its impressions, photos, release date and price, below.
Coolest products of Samsung of one has been introduced, but its fans might immediately draw a wrong conclusion about it. ThinkDifferent like it’s not an Android-based iPad Pro clone, which of course was expected from Samsung from the past, though. It’s a whole new Windows 10-running Surface Pro clone, but nevertheless, it definitely deserves your reaction and attention.
The fact here to configure is that the Galaxy TabPro S seems to be actually a copy of Surface Pro, and there’s no way Microsoft claims a lawsuite against Samsung on copying its computers, beyond its a tablet-laptop – quite powerful machine.
The 12-inch tablet, comes with 2160 x 1440 Super AMOLED display. Under the heart of the processor, it packs a 2.2 GHz 6th-generation Intel Corew M CPU. Memory is fixed with 4GB of RAM, and 128GB/256GB SSD. Camera front, it carries a 5MP front as well as rear cameras, and what’s more interesting is that its connectivity options includes 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac MIMO Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1, NFC, otical Cat.6 4G LTE, GPS and GLONASS on board. Battery it uses of 5200mAh unit and runs on Windows 10 Home or 10 Pro.
Suggests that the battery inside the Galaxy TabPro S is pretty great for 10.5 hours of use and only requires 2.5 hours to recharge full. Thickness of the new Samsung tablet is just 6.3mm and weighs in at 696 grams (with LTE) or 693g without it. The whole device features its own keyboard case, and that’s waht anyone would expect from Surface Pro-loookalike, which comes along with the gadget. Brings a multi-port adaptor that includes USB Type-A and Type-C connectors, HDMI, and a Bluetooth Pen, which will be available to buy seperately. It also comes equipped with GPS and NFC chips.
The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S will go on sale in selected markets from this February. No pricing information has been revealed as yet. Learn more from here.