It has been a while since Samsung launched a Windows-powered tablet and we have now received unconfirmed information that the company is going to launch two Windows tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 in Las Vegas next month. Not much is known about the tablets at this point in time.
One of the tablets is likely going to bear model number SM-W720 which suggests that it's going to be a successor to the existing Galaxy TabPro S (SM-W700). The Galaxy TabPro S is a high-end Windows 10-powered tablet with specs that include an Intel Core M processor with 8GB RAM and 256GB of SSD storage, 5,200mAh battery with fast charging support, 12-inch 2160×1440 pixel resolution Super AMOLED display, 5-megapixel front and rear camera, USB Type-C and more.
The second tablet Samsung is expected to unveil at CES 2017 is likely going to be the SM-W620. It's possibly going to be a smaller version of the SM-W720 and might feature a smaller display and slightly less impressive specifications.
As previously mentioned, not much is known about these tablets right now but seeing as how CES 2017 is just a week away, we'll find out for sure soon enough if they really are on Samsung's agenda for the Consumer Electronics Show.