Samsung reportedly working on successor to Galaxy TabPro S Windows 10 tablet

A new report claims Samsung is working on a successor to its first Windows 10 tablet, the Galaxy TabPro S. The tablet will be called, not surprisingly, the Galaxy TabPro S2., which has a solid reputation for getting exclusives on Samsung devices, reports:

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.

There's no word on the hardware configurations for the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, nor any info on a price tag or release date. Keep in mind that Samsung has not yet confirmed any plans to release such a product, so take this with the appropriate grain of salt. The original Samsung Galaxy TabPro S launched in March and has a 12-inch display, an Intel Core m3-6Y30 processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage and a detachable keyboard. It's currently priced at $749 at the Microsoft Store

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John Callaham