Samsung Galaxy NotePRO and TabPRO series launching in the first half of February?
RootzWiki has it from an anonymous source that the NotePRO and GalaxyPRO tablets will be released in the US on February 14 (yes, that’s Valentine’s Day, and it’s a Friday).
It’s said that Samsung employees in the US would not be allowed to take paid time off in the weekend starting February 14, which might mean that Samsung expects intense in-store activity in that period.
Granted, this is not info that we can truly trust. Still, we have to add that, according to a retailer in the Netherlands (which already accepts pre-orders for the new tablets), the Galaxy NotePRO Wi-Fi is expected to be launched there on February 11. So, if the NotePRO does indeed arrive in Europe then, a US launch could happen at about the same time.
As we previously reported, Galaxy NotePRO prices might start at about $750 (the Dutch retailer that’s taking pre-orders is asking €749 for it). As for the Galaxy TabPRO line, prices will vary depending on screen size. The TabPRO 8.4 could cost as low as $390, while the TabPRO 12.2 might be sold for up to $750. These prices aren’t officially confirmed, though, so don’t bet on them just yet. More details will probably be available soon, so make sure to stick around.
sources: RootzWiki, Tabletcenter.nl (translated)
3. teja171 (unregistered)
Tablets ? Not so interesting.
5. gordonbrown505 (Posts: 4; Member since: 07 Jan 2014)
wow...slap me if im dreaming..mostly "Galaxy Tab Family" only provide cheaper price and low performance..but Galaxy Tab Pro is different story ?..from 2 core into 8 core cpu, plus this new Machine almost look alike with "Galaxy Note Pro"..seriously where the different ? ...come on Samy...don't waste our money..damn.
6. __0__ (banned) (Posts: 242; Member since: 07 Jan 2014)
Yes for it to launch , then extra the launcher apk and install on my note 3 :-)
7. PorkyBurger (Posts: 230; Member since: 18 May 2013)
749 euros for Wi-Fi model? You have got to be kidding me...
For a 1o+ inch ANDROID tablet, I wouldn't even spend more than 500$..