Samsung has announced that the Galaxy TabPro S will be arriving in India around April or May this year. The tablet is notable for being the first Galaxy-series tablet which runs on Windows 10 rather than Android.
To recall, the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S made its debut at CES 2016 last month and is expected to hit international markets starting from February. No price has been disclosed as of now, with the company probably planning to announce it closer to the device’s launch in a region. It’ll likely be an expensive proposition given its top-of-the-line specs.
Samsung is pitting the hybrid tablet against premium slates such as the Apple iPad Pro and Microsoft Surface Pro 4 in India. The South Korean brand asserts that its offering is lighter than the other 2 and packs a better battery life. According to the product’s listing, it takes 2 and a half hours to fully power up and lasts for 10.5 hours.
Here’s a neat look at the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S:
– OS: Windows 10 Home/Windows 10 Pro
– Display: 12-inch super AMOLED, 1440 x 2160 pixels
– CPU: 2.2GHz dual-core Intel M
– Camera: 5MP AF rear, 5MP front
– Memory: 128GB/256GB, non-expandable
– RAM: 4GB
– Battery: 5200mAh
– Weight: 693g
– Connectivity: 4G, Wi-Fiac, Bluetooth, GLONASS, GPS, NFC
The Galaxy TabPro S is being sold bundled with a full-sized detachable keyboard. There’s also a Bluetooth Pen and multi-port adapter containing slots for USB Type-A, USB Type-C and HDMI up for grabs separately. The manufacturer is further vending a Wi-Fi only and 4G LTE version of the tablet.
We’ll keep you posted as and when the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S lands in India and at what cost.