Samsung Galaxy TabPro S 4G running Windows 10 has been released In Australia

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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The Galaxy TabPro S has been unveiled in early 2016 and it’s a premium 2-in-1 convertible tablet with a detachable keyboard, which runs on Windows 10. Also, users have the possibility to purchase a Bluetooth Pen and a multi-port adapter, while the price of the standard variant of the device is $900 and can be ordered from Samsung’s website. The 4G model is finally available in Australia and it can be bought for AUD$1,799.

Samsung’s TabPro S 4G is one of the few tablets that run on Windows 10, and it’s very similar to Microsoft’s Surface Pro line in terms of concept and hardware specs. In Australia, the standard model has been launched in April, and now, the 4G LTE variant is available through retailers such as JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman, but users can also find it in Melbourne and Sydney, in Samsung Experience Stores.

Apparently, the device can’t be purchased from Samsung’s online store, but users have the possibility to choose between Windows 10 Home (black and white colors) and Windows 10 Pro (black) models.

Prasad Gokhale, Vice President of IT and Mobile at Samsung, said that “The Galaxy TabPro S 4G is the perfect productivity tool designed to support Australians with a connected tablet experience from anywhere a 4G LTE mobile network can operate,” adding that its launch will extend Samsung’s commitment to provide Australians “with technology that supports greater mobility, productivity and connected experience in a beautifully crafted form.”

Galaxy TabPro S 4G – Specs

The tablet has a thickness of only 6.3mm, a 12-inch Super AMOLED display supporting a resolution of 2160×1440 pixels, it’s powered by the sixth generation Dual-core 2.2GHz Intel Core M processor, which is backed by 4GB of RAM and offers two variants of internal memories (SSD): 128GB or 256GB. On the plastic back was placed a 5MP camera with autofocus, and there’s also a 5MP camera on the front side.

The frame protecting the sides is made of magnesium and under the hood can be found a 5200mAh battery. The 4G LTE variant of Galaxy TabPro S weights 696grams, while the Wi-Fi version is 6grams lighter.

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