Samsung in January launched the Galaxy TabPro S, which was the Galaxy device running Windows 10 OS, rather than Android. The South Korean company has now launched another version of the TabPro S, covered in Gold and sporting upgraded specifications. The gadget is appropriately called the Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition and will be accessible in the US through Samsung‘s online store and Best Buy starting Saturday for $999.99 (roughly Rs. 66,700).
Aside from the new paint work, the Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition has a couple buffed up specifications contrasted with the customary variant. While the Galaxy TabPro S was launched with 4GB of RAM and 128GB SDD, the Gold version packs double the memory and capacity with 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD.
Other specification are like that of the past model. The Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition running Windows 10 operating system features the same 12-inch 2,160 x 1,440 Super AMOLED display with an Intel Core M3 processor clocked at 2.2GHz.
The Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition additionally have 5-megapixel cameras on the front and the back. The gadget is fueled by a 5200mAh battery pack that will convey up to 10.5 hours of battery life on a solitary charge. It additionally accompanies quick charging ability that will completely charge the gadget in 2.5 hours.
Connectivity options incorporate Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a USB Type-C port, among others. The Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition measures at 290.3×198.8×6.35mm and weighs around 694 grams, which practically coordinate that of the older version.
Specifications of Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition
- – Windows 10 Operating System
- – Connectivity options incorporate Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a USB Type-C port
- – 2160×1440 pixels resolution
- – 12.00-inch display
- – 2.2GHz processor
- – 5-megapixel front camera
- – 5-megapixel rear camera
- – 256GB Storage
- – 8GB RAM
- – 5200mAh battery
There is no word yet on when and if the Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition will be accessible in India. Given that the more seasoned Galaxy TabPro S is yet to hit the stores in the nation despite the fact that it was expected in April.