Samsung’s Galaxy TabPro S was made public at this year’s CES event. The latter device resembles the design of an iPad and it measures 12-inches. However the cool part about it is that it has the Windows 10 OS. With a keyboard that can be removed any time and a nifty touchpad, this new device will definitely stir up some waves. Let’s see the specs in-depth down below.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S: Specs detailed
The Galaxy TabPro S will rock a 12-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2160x 1440 pixels and under the hood it has the Intel Core M3-6Y30 processor, dual-core clocked at 2.2GHz and Intel HD Graphics 515. Samsung also wants to add the 4GB memory, which you will be able to find in the 128GB storage option or 256GB one.
Battery wise, the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S has a 5200mAh battery and the company claims that it should last up to 10.5 hours.
If you’re wondering about the snappers, there is a 5 MP one added in the front and a 5 MP one added on the back. It supports 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1 as far as connectivity is concerned.
Because the Samsung TabPro S packs a Core m3, this device is not recommended for heavy internet users. We can’t help but sigh a bit, since the Surface Pro 4 comes with a Core i5 or i7 chipset, which is a way better version.
Samsungs’s TabPro S will hit the market with a price sticker somewhere between £400-500. Given the fact that the Microsoft Surface 3 retails for £500, it’s only natural that Samsung wish to remain in the same price range.
Launch date: March 2016
Samsung first talked about the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 back in January 2014 and it reached the market in March 2014. So, if Samsung decides to stick to the same launch scheme, the TabPRO S may arrive in March 2016 .