Exclusive: Samsung to launch its second Windows 10 tablet, the Galaxy TabPro S2

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Last updated: August 29th, 2016 at 12:57 UTC+02:00

Samsung launched its first Windows 10-based hybrid tablet, the Galaxy TabPro S, eight months ago. It received some great reviews from experts around the world. Some experts found it to be better than the Microsoft Surface Pro. The company is now working on the successor to the Galaxy TabPro S.

We can confirm that Samsung will release the Galaxy TabPro S2 in the coming months with Windows 10 onboard. There will be four models of the Galaxy TabPro S2: SM-W728, SM-W727, SM-W723, and SM-W720. These could either be different models for different markets or models with different hardware configurations. Some of these variants could sport LTE connectivity.

The Galaxy TabPro S2 could sport a 12-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 2160×1440 pixels, similar to its predecessor, and the latest Intel Core M series processor. We currently don’t have information about a possible time frame for the launch of this upcoming Windows 10 tablet. However, we will keep you posted once we receive more information about the tablet.

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