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We heard before that Samsung could release a tablet with Windows 10 operating system, this is now officially confirmed. Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S with 2.2GHz processor and 4GB RAM announced. In the CES 2016 at Las Vegas, Samsung has announced this special tablet in a conference. This will be the first device in the Galaxy series which will run Windows operating system. Let’s see the detailed specification of Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S Specification

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S with 2.2GHz Processor and 4GB RAM Announced

Galaxy Tab Pro S comes with a 12 Inch touch screen display. The screen offers 2160X1440 pixels resolution. The tablet can be easily attached to the keypad and can be used as a laptop. It has an additional keyboard dock to connect the keyboard in portrait or landscape mode. The tablet is powered with 2.2GHz dual-core Intel Core M processor. There is 4GB of RAM in the device to fasten the multitasking. If we talk about the storage the tablet has two variants- 128GB variant and 256GB storage variant.

The camera part of Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S includes 2 Megapixel of the primary camera at the back and 2 Megapixel of the secondary camera at the front panel. There is no LED Flash in the tab. If we talk about the connectivity features of Galaxy Tab Pro S it supports 4G LTE, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC, microUSB 2.0 port, and GPS. There is a place to attach additional dock, by attaching the stylus you can also get HDMI and USB Type-C port in the tablet.

The tablet comes with 5200 mAh of battery and according to Samsung, the tab can give 10.5 hours of backup. With the battery, the weight of the tablet is 693 grams and it is only 6.3mm in thickness. The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S comes with or without 4G LTE feature. There is no official information about the price of this tablet from Samsung. It will be confirmed once the tablet will be available for sale in February this year.


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