Short Bytes: Samsung has revealed its Surface Pro and iPad Pro competitor by making its own clone of Surface. Samsung Galaxy TabPro S runs on Windows 10 and promises to deliver a seamless computing experience with its 2.2 GHz Intel Core M processor, 4GB of RAM, and 12-inch AMOLED display.
Microsoft Surface is a pioneer in the hybrid PC segment. In 2016, every computer manufacturer company moved ahead on a quest to make a hybrid PC. They all looked similar and Samsung’s TabPro S is no different. This 12-inch device runs on Windows 10 and is powered by a 2.2 GHz Intel Core M processor and 4GB of RAM.
“Samsung Galaxy TabPro S balances the best of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab with the wealth of features on the Windows 10 operating system for the most advanced tablet experience on the market,” said Dongjin Ko, President and Head of Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics.
He also took the opportunity to thank Microsoft for making Windows 10 a possibility that allows a seamless desktop-to-tablet transition.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S features a slim body design and measures just 6.3 mm in thickness which makes it thinner than its rivals Microsoft Surface Pro and Apple iPad Pro. Its 12-inch AMOLED display flaunts a rich 2160x1440p resolution.
This hybrid PC comes with 128GB/256GB SSD hard-drive and a 5200 mAh cell which boasts of a 10.5 hours battery life. Talking about the connectivity, you get a multi-port adapter (HDMI, USB Type A & C) and Bluetooth Pen separately.
Pricing details of Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is yet to be revealed but it would be safe to assume that it’ll be hit the stores in February.
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