Today at CES Press Conference, Samsung unveiled Tab Pro S. Samsung is probably latest company that is trying to put itself in the Microsoft Surface Idea. Pro Tab S is a member of Samsung family, but it runs Windows 10 instead of Android. Samsung made brilliant move by jumping from Android to Windows. Windows 10 will make tablet more exciting than other tablets by Samsung.
Samsung Galaxy S Pro Tab features 12 inch 2160×1440 AMOLED screen. Recently, AMOLED technology has been introduced in the phones and it is also crawling into TVs. However, it is very first time that Korean Giant used this technology in its latest Windows tab. As compared to IPS screens AMOLED screens offer high quality contrast and are real power savers. Tablet offers clear and vibrant display that would add more thrill in working, streaming, or gaming.
The tablet is thin and light; it is 0.25 inches (6.3mm) thick and weighs about 1.53 pounds (696g for the LTE version and 693g for the Wi-Fi version). Like other high-end tablets that are launched recently or earlier in 2015 Tab Pro S supports a full size keyboard cover and digital pen which comes with the device. Users wouldn’t have to buy it separately. Cover enable user to attach keyboard with tab through pogo pins, though digital pen functions with the help of Bluetooth. Along with all these accessories there will be an adapter that permits connections of HDMI device, USB Type-A, and USB Type-C.
In specification division, most of the specifications are those which a user can expect from Windows tablet. Tab has an Intel HD 515 GPU and 900MHz (2.2GHz Turbo) Core m3-6Y30 CPU. It gives 128GB or 256GB of solid-state storage. Connectivity options are 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1, optional LTE. The tab will have a likely 10.5 hours of battery life. It has 5MP rear and front cameras. The one feeble point come out which is its RAM, it has 4GB RAM that is more trivial than we can expect in high-end system.
The tablet will be available in February and the company didn’t mention its prices yet.