The first tablet of Samsung that runs on Windows 10 is Samsung Galaxy TabPro S
The first Windows 10-powered tablet of Samsung made its official debut at CES 2016 in Las Vegas. The slate is named Samsung Galaxy TabPro S. The specs and the size of the new tablet give the hint that it is going to compete against the Apple iPad Pro and the Microsoft Surface Pro series of tablets. Galaxy TabPro Sis a 12-incher. It is armed with Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1440 x 2160 pixels. The new slate boasts dimensions of 290.3 x 198.8 x 6.3mm. Under the hood of the full-sized tablet is ticking a dual-core processor with Interl Core M 6th generation chip set at 2.2GHz. It is outfitted with 4GB RAM and either 128GB or 256GB of storage.
The new tablet runs on Windows 10. Users will enjoy the full PC functionality with the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S with abundance of features pre-installed on the device, such as Microsoft Office, Microsoft Edge, One Drive, Cortana and etc. The slate arrives with two 5MP cameras – one on the back and one on the front panel. The juice-provider for the tablet is a 5200mAh battery. It can keep the Galaxy TabPro S running for up to 10.5 hours in normal use. In terms of connectivity there will be two versions of the tablet – LTE Cat.6-enabled, and a Wi-Fi-only. The rest of the connectivity features of the slate include Bluetooth, NFC and GPS.
The price of Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is yet to be announced. What we know so far is that Samsung has added a detachable keyboard in the bundle. Some of the accessories that will be available for purchase separately are a Bluetooth Pen and a multi-port adapter. The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S will go for sell in February 2016.