CES: Samsung introduces three new Android tablets

Launched under the brand name TabPRO
by Dave Martin who sometimes works with onlinephonecontracts.co.uk

Having earlier announced the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 at a CES Press conference,  Samsung confirmed three new Samsung Galaxy TapPRO slate style tablets with display sizes of and 12.2, 10.1 and 8.4 inches. The reasoning behind announcing these big-sized display tablets is to beat Apple’s iPad Air range. We have already seen Samsung’s consumer tablets which are developed simply to cater to entertainment needs and tagged as cheap Android tablets. Now it’s time to discover the company’s new professional devices.

These new TabPRO versions allow you to select your tablet according to the processor configuration as well as your mobile internet speed requirement.

If you want to use 4G data then you can simply choose the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU powered tablet since it is known for handling high-bit data rate.

If you have already used 3G, it’s time to move to a 4G connection. These devices let you enjoy the Octa Exynos 5 processor.

Better screen resolution

These three tablets should come with a resolution of 2560 by 1600 pixels. Hence, they would be better than average HD screen resolution.

Thus, watching movies, playing games and surfing internet on such a large-sized screen would provide you an extraordinary good viewing experience.

Now let’s look at the battery. All the three devices should contain a high power 9500mAh battery, which is certainly bigger than normal batteries.

Better camera

If you have any interest in digital photography then an 8MP camera would certainly be useful for capturing images of your choice.

When it comes to storage capacity, these devices come with 32GB onboard storage.

Moreover, a micro SD card slot allows you further expand its memory.

The 12.2 inches display model should come loaded with a 3GB of RAM. By contrast, its younger sisters – 8.4 and 10.1 inches, should come loaded with a 2GB of RAM.

In terms of processors, the 12.2 and 10.1 models have an Octa Exynos 5 processor in the 3G and Wi-fi version as well as Snapdragon 800 CPU in the LTE model which is clocked at 2.3GHz.

Sadly the smaller 8.4 inch model boasts just a 2.3GHz snapdragon processor.

Magazine UX

Samsung has also announced its intention to launch its new Magazine user-interface (UX). The Magazine UX would replace the current TouchWiz UX from the latest Galaxy Note Pro 12.2.

However, the only real difference in both the devices is its S-Pen stylus.

The Magazine UX has been designed by using a tiled concept as we seen with Windows Phone powered smartphones.

This user interface is designed for bigger displays, and lets users to check as well as manage their content.

Samsung claims that the Magazine UX that it is optimised for big-sized display, and allows users to modify their Galaxy TabPRO experience according to their requirements.

Magazine UX lets you to organise your favorite content in a user-friendly dashboard along with automatic news or feed updates.

It swiftly accesses to the highly used applications to offer comfortable reading facility. The big-sized screens of these tablets allow you to go through typical magazine-sized content.

It means you can read an e-book and a digital magazine in their original format sizes

Sadly, Samsung still hasn’t confirmed the pricing and release dates for these tablets but it is expected that they would be available in Q1 2014, alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2.

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