Samsung has officially launched the Windows-10 powered Galaxy TabPro S, a week after its existence had gotten leaked online. The tablet is the first Windows offering by the brand under its Galaxy series of devices, which usually run on Android.
The premium 2-in-1 Samsung Galaxy TabPro S ships with a detachable keyboard, capable of supporting multiple viewing angles thanks to a flexible hinge. The company is also selling a Bluetooth Pen and multi-port adapter with slots for HDMI, USB Type-A and USB Type-C separately.
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Diving into the Samsung device’s specs, the slate runs on either Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro for business, depending on the buyer’s requirements. Under the hood, it’s fueled by a dual-core 2.2GHz Intel M processor operating with the support of 4GB of RAM.
Interested purchasers have the choice of obtaining the Galaxy TabPro S with 128GB or 256GB of SSD memory in-built. The tablet derives its power from a 5200mAh battery, which the company promises will last users for 10.5 hours. The manufacturer has further equipped it with fast charging abilities, with the firm claiming it can fully power up within 2.5 hours.
Check out the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S at a glance:
– Display: 12-inch super AMOLED, 1440 x 2160 pixels
– OS: Windows 10 Home/Windows 10 Pro
– CPU: 2.2GHz dual-core Intel M
– Memory: 128GB/256GB, non-expandable
– RAM: 4GB
– Camera: 5MP AF rear, 5MP front
– Battery: 5200mAh
– Weight: 693g
– Connectivity: 4G, Wi-Fiac, Bluetooth, GLONASS, GPS, NFC
The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S will be sold in Wi-Fi and 4G variants on a global scale starting from February 2016. We expect its price and availability details to be announced closer to its release.