Samsung leaks its new Galaxy TabPRO tablets by accident, full specs list and pics in tow

Samsung leaks its new Galaxy TabPRO tablets by accident, full specs list and pics in tow
The eager folks at Samsung Mobile Press pulled the announcement trigger prematurely, leaking out the upcoming Galaxy TabPROs in their full glory, with specs, pics and the like - from the 8-incher through the 10.1" middle ground, to the largest, 12" one. 

The official specs concur with the ones we heard about yesterday, namely Super Clear LCDs with 2,560×1,600 pixels resolution, a 1.9 GHz Exynos 5 Octa processor for the 3G versions, and 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 800 chipset for the LTE ones. You'd also get 3 GB of RAM for the 12" TabPRO and Note PRO with a stylus, and 2 GB RAM for the rest, an 8 MP rear and 2 MP front-facing cameras, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, GPS, IR support with Samsung WatchON.

The 12.2" model rings in 247ppi pixel density and 295.6 x 204 x 7.95mm dimensions, with 732g (Wi-Fi) or 740g (LTE) weight, and 9500mAh battery. It will sport 32/64GB of storage in addition to the microSD card slot. The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 comes in 16/32 GB configurations, flaunts 298ppi pixel density, smaller 8220mAh battery, and more compact 243.1 x 171.4 x 7.3 mm dimensions, weighing the very reasonable 469g (Wi-Fi) or 477g (4G LTE).

Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is the one to keep an eye on, though, as it also carries a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution display, like the whole PRO line, which means the breathtaking 359ppi. Its specs mimic those of the Pro 10.1, but naturally in a smaller 128.5 x 219 x 7.2mm package that weighs 331g (Wi-Fi) or 336g (4G LTE), and sports a more fitting for the size 4800mAh battery.

All the TabPROs are expected to arrive this quarter with Android 4.4 KitKat coated apparently with a new tablet-oriented interface by Samsung, and the price is what will make or break their success story.


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