As he announced earlier, so he did. Samsung has set out to expand its series of tablets. After the widely known Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Note devices, it was the turn of the Galaxy TabPro and Galaxy NotePro. The new combination of tablets is quite promising for several reasons. The first and most important is that the Galaxy TabPro and Galaxy NotePro will come in several sizes, which in a way was market demand.
Galaxy TabPro and Galaxy NotePro tablets
In this regard, the Galaxy TabPro will come in three sizes: 8.4 inches, the standard 10.1 inches, and the new leading size of 12.2 inches. On the other hand, the Galaxy NotePro will be available exclusively in the 12.2-inch version. All four tablets will come with a fantastic screen resolution of 2560 × 1600 pixels, but also Android KitKat operating system, Wi-Fi and LTE versions, as well as 8MP cameras on the back and 2MP ones on the front of the device.
Galaxy TabPro and Galaxy NotePro multitasking
Samsung’s main goal with the Galaxy TabPro and Galaxy NotePro tablets is to fill the gap that exists between current tablets and laptops. This is where the 12.2-inch Galaxy TabPro and Galaxy NotePro will play their role, with new multiwindows multitasking, while all tablets will have pop-up windows for multitasking. These options offer great opportunities to exploit the potential of tablets, and all windows will be able to easily zoom in and out, as well as move from place to place. For example, it will be possible to open the same application in two parallel windows.
Galaxy TabPro and Galaxy NotePro Magazine
The Galaxy TabPro and Galaxy NotePro tablets also have a new home screen that Samsung has named Magazine. It offers ample setup options and three basic screens, which can be increased to five as needed. In general, the Magazine is more aimed at beginners, while experienced users may find it a bit slow and limited.
Galaxy TabPro and Galaxy NotePro design
In terms of design, the new tablets are a mix of elements from the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Tab 10.1. They have imitation leather on the back, a silver-plastic frame, a unique starting button, and a thickness of less than 8mm. The 12.2-inch models weigh just over a pound, so it’s possible they’ll be a little bulky and awkward. This could be a problem, especially when held with one hand.
Galaxy TabPro and Galaxy NotePro performance
When it comes to performance, the Galaxy TabPro and Galaxy NotePro tablets come with fast processors, and more than enough RAM and expandable memory, so each will offer up to 64GB. The only difference between the NotePro and TabPro lines is the support for Samsung’s S pen.