Samsung’s venerable Galaxy TabPro S has easily bolstered the company’s position in the hybrid market after its huge success in the market. Now that it had its time in the industry as a go-to hybrid when it comes to productivity and portability, the fans now are expecting for some sort of a successor. Lo and behold, new reports suggest that Samsung could be pushed through and a sequel to the hybrid could be in the cards.
According to a report from SamMobile, Samsung plans to release the Galaxy TabPro S2 in the “coming months.” Furthermore, Windows 10 will be on board as its operating system. Four variants of the Galaxy TabPro S2 will also be released, namely the SM-W728, the SM-W727, the SM-W723, and the SM-W720. The models could likely be offered in different markets, or chances are, it could be varied with different hardware specifications. What’s more, LTE connectivity could also be likely with some of them.
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Further reports suggest that Samsung will be equipping the Galaxy TabPro S2 with a 12-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 2160 x 1440. It will also come with an Intel Core M-series CPU. Other than that, specific hardware information is still out in the dark.