Samsung is reported to be working on a sequel to its Windows-powered Galaxy TabPro S tablet.
The original Galaxy Tab S, a 2-in-1 tablet, was launched at the CES 2016 event that took place in January, followed by a market rollout in February. Samsung's 12in tablet was the first to support LTE Cat 6 for fast connectivity. Tech experts found the tablet better than Microsoft's Surface Pro devices.
Samsung is now planning to release its successor dubbed TabPro S2 in the coming months, according to exclusive information shared by Samsung news dedicated tech site Sammobile. The tablet running Windows 10 onboard is expected to come in four models such as SM-W728, SM-W727, SM-W723 and SM-W720. These models could be either for different markets or those with different hardware features. Expect some of them to boast LTE connectivity.
As for other hardware details, the TabPro S2 will reportedly retain the 12in Super AMOLED screen with resolution at 2160 x 140 pixels, like its predecessor. Intel's Core M series processor is expected to power the tablet.
The TabPro S, on the other hand, packs a sixth gen Intel Core M dual-core processor clocked at 2.2GHz, coupled with 4GB RAM. It has a five megapixel AF rear-camera and a camera of similar resolution at the front. It can record video at full HD resolution and playback in 4k and other formats. The tablet is available in both Wi-Fi and LTE variants. It uses a 5,200mAh battery that can survive up to more than 10 hours and supports fast charging.