Samsung Hungary ‘confirms’ Galaxy TabPRO with AMOLED display

We recently leaked a few details of Samsung’s upcoming AMOLED tablet, and it looks like Samsung Hungary might have inadvertently confirmed its existence on its Facebook page, giving us the first official word on the device. In response to a user’s inquiry asking when the Galaxy TabPRO 8.4 LTE will be launched in the country, Samsung’s Hungary arm said that a Galaxy TabPRO tablet with an AMOLED display will be available in the coming months, with availability anticipated in June. The screen size wasn’t mentioned, but going by the way the conversation played out, an 8.4-inch display would be our best guess.

As we revealed earlier, the display will have a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, same as the three Galaxy TabPRO tablets and the Galaxy NotePRO launched recently. There will be Wi-Fi, 3G, and LTE models of the tablet, and it will be powered by an Exynos 5 processor and run on Android 4.4.2 KitKat, possibly with features like the Ultra Power Saving Mode that debuted on the Galaxy S5. More details should pop up in the coming weeks as we inch closer to the official announcement, and considering how impatiently we’ve awaited a new Samsung with the company’s beautiful AMOLED display tech adorning the front side, we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed and hoping that the market launch happens as soon as possible.



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3 years 1 month ago

This is the one I have been waiting for. I love my 7.7 but it is getting a little long in the tooth. I hope this pans out to be true.

3 years 1 month ago

I also have the 7.7 and although it was probably one of the best tablets I have ever owned it was defiantly time to upgrade for me as well. So after doing a lot of research and playing around with all of the new Samsung’s Pro tablet, I bought a Nokia 2520 and the matching keyboard which also made it into a laptop. The keyboard added an extra 6 hours of battery life for a total of 16 hours, something I couldn’t do with the Samsung’s. I literally only have to charge it once maybe twice a week. I absolutely love this thing. Even though it’s the RT version, I mostly use web apps and Remote Desktop to my office so it’s the perfect solution. To compliment this fantastic machine I also bought a Nokia 1520 Phablet. The two together have completely covered my computer needs. Although the Samsung 7.7 will always hold a special place in my heart I just wasn’t impressed with the build quality of the current Samsung tablet line. If Samsung used the same materials that they used with their Nexus 10 I would have defiantly picked up one up. The plastics used though are very flimsy and just feel cheap, their screens also scratches extremely easily (I have a friend who just purchased the new 12″ and it’s already scratched up, with little use, disgusting). When comparing these so called Pro tablets to the build quality of my Nokia 2520 and 1520, the Nokia’s absolutely rayne supreme, almost making the Samsung’s look like cheesy Chinese knock offs. The Samsung’s are defiantly fast, light, love the pen support but I just can’t get over how cheap they feel, especially for the money that they asking. Hopefully Samsung will wake up and spend a little more money and time making their Pro series, well, more Pro like and stop using that faux leather backings. Man it’s ugly and just proves my point even further. I will however probably pick up one of Samsung’s new Chromebooks that unfortunately also have that horrible faux leather backing but since it’s now the best Chromebook on the market next to the Google Pixel, really don’t have a choice. Hopefully I can buy a cover like I did with my older model that added a nice colored rubber cocoon.

I don’t mean to sound like a troll, it defiantly wasn’t my intention, I just wanted a place to state my opinion.

Sebastian Shaw
3 years 1 month ago

i cannot cope with the samsung come on man ok you need to bring many phones but these design and similar devices are getting boring and became tech trash