When a great smartphone company unveils a new product you call it “great” But when two great tech/smartphone companies team up to unveil a new smartphone you call it what? I’m sure you lack words to use but you really need to find one as Samsung and Microsoft has teamed up to develop and announce the new Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, Announcing the device at CES 2016, the partnership between the two companies is expected to provide mutual benefits. Samsung benefits from Windows 10 IoT core services, while Microsoft benefits in the form of big brand coming under its fold, in the form of the just announced Surface-like Samsung Galaxy TabPro S tablet
powered by Windows 10.
Talking about the design, the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S comes with a form factor similar to Microsoft’s Surface Pro range that was just launched in India. Microsoft proudly stated that it is
thinner and lighter than the Apple iPad Pro and that it also packs in an Intel chipset with active pen support and 10 hours of battery life.
On the interior and features, the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S comes loaded with a 12-inch AMOLED display and also happens to be the first tablet, powered by Windows, to support LTE Cat 6. More importantly it also feature Fast Charge tech, that can charge the tablet in just 2.5 hours. In terms of connectivity, the 2-in-1 also features multi-port adapter (HDMI, USB Type A & C) and Bluetooth Pen are available for purchase separately. And you get all of the above in a construction that is just 6.3mm thin and weighs just 693 grams.
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There is no information on how much the new Samsung Galaxy TabPro S will go for but be sure we’ll give you that as soon as it’s available. Stay tuned!