Samsung has been one name we are at a constant lookout for whenever there is an event which talks about any major announcements in the world of technology. The company has been innovating the way the markets work, and have off late entered into the world of smartphones and other smart devices. Samsung has had a great CES 2016. So far, they have showed off their Smart Fridge and their Samsung Notebook 9 Series, and now, the company has officially announced the much rumored Windows 10 Tablet – The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S.
This was in the news for several days now, and we were among the first to report its presence (you can read the initial story HERE). A leak yesterday showed us that this tablet looks a lot like surface pro (read HERE). However, today, the company has officially announced it, and has named it The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S.
The device comes as a powerhouse marketed to professionals. It can run both, the Windows 10 as well as the Windows 10 Pro, and can do every bit of what your PC can. This device comes with a 12 inched AMOLED screen, and gives an ‘exceptional’ viewing experience, as per Samsung.
The device runs on the Intel Core M processors which are a dual-core offering, and comes out with 4GB of RAM, offering internal storage space variants of 128GB and 256GB SSD. The device comes with a 5MP front camera as well as a 5MP back camera. One of the best features about it is a strong battery life, as the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S comes in with 5,200mAh of battery. Another highlight of the new Samsung tablet is the fact that it supports LTE Cat 6, which makes it the first tablet to feature so.
It releases with a full-sized keyboard, and has a touchpad which is being quite appreciated. The device is an absolute beast of a performer and was one of the most appreciated products at the Samsung Pre-CES event.