Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 Specs


Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 came as the largest member of the S Pen-wielding family, equipped with powerful processors, 3 GB of RAM and a minimum of 32 GB storage. It takes full advantage of the big screen diagonal by offering Multi Window mode with up to four split-screens, as well as up to $700 worth of preinstalled media consumption and productivity apps and services.

This device is also known as Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2-inch


  • 64GB basic storage (not expandable)
I want it 30 users
I have it 17 users
I had it 7 users

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Size: 12.2 inches
Resolution: 1600 x 2560 pixels, 247 PPI
Technology: Super Clear LCD
Screen-to-body: 71.57 %
Colors: 16 777 216
Features: Ambient light sensor


System chip: Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974
Processor: Quad-core, 2300 MHz, Krait 400
GPU: Adreno 330
Internal storage: 64GB
Storage expansion: microSDHC up to 64 GB
OS: Android (5.0 Lollipop, 4.4) Screenshots
Device type: Tablet


Capacity: 9500 mAh
Type: Not user replaceable


Rear: Single camera Camera samples
Main camera: 8 MP (Autofocus)
Flash: LED
Video recording: 1920x1080 (Full HD) (30 fps)
Front: 2 MP
Video capture: 1920x1080 (Full HD)
Dimensions: 11.64 x 8.03 x 0.31 inches (295.6 x 204 x 7.95 mm)
Weight: 26.56 oz (753.0 g)
Features: Stylus


3G: Bands 5(850), 8(900), 2(1900), 1(2100)
Data Speed: LTE Cat 4 (150/50 Mbit/s), LTE, HSDPA+ (4G) 21.1 Mbit/s, UMTS


Headphones: 3.5mm jack
Speakers: Multiple speakers
Features: Album art cover, Background playback

Connectivity & Features

Bluetooth: 4.0
Wi-Fi: 802.11 a, b, g, n, dual-band, ac; MIMO, Hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct
USB: microUSB, USB 3.0
Features: Mass storage device, Charging
Location: GPS, A-GPS, Glonass
Sensors: Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass
Other: ANT+, Infrared, Tethering, Computer sync, OTA sync

Phone features

Notifications: Flight mode, Silent mode, Speakerphone
Other features: Voice commands, Voice recording


Jan 06, 2014
Officially announced: Yes
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Alternative variants

Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 32GB
Differences from the main variant:
Internal storage: 32GB
Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 3G
HSPA+ only
Differences from the main variant:
System chip: Samsung Exynos 5 Octa (1.9 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 + 1.3 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7)
Processor: Octa-core, 1900 MHz
GPU: Mali-T628 MP6
Samsung Galaxy NotePRO Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi only
Differences from the main variant:
System chip: Samsung Exynos 5 Octa (1.9 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 + 1.3 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A7)
Processor: Octa-core, 1900 MHz
GPU: Mali-T628 MP6
Weight: 26.46 oz (750.0 g)
Samsung Galaxy NotePRO 12.2 SM-P907A
for AT&T
Differences from the main variant:
4G (FDD): Bands 17(700 b), 4(AWS-1), 2(1900)

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User Reviews

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Rating breakdown (out of 10)
Salim's review
Phone owned for less than a year

Good tablet
replaces my notebooks completely.
Good display. With Wifi and data network connection, it is ideal note taking mate for me.
S Note is too primitive. Samsung shall try to provide a now taking software like one note but local storage version.

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NotePro wins my vote
Phone owned for less than 3 months

Have had this tablet for about three months. I'm extremely pleased with the responsiveness, and the S-pen capability. Love it, and much better than carrying around pen and paper. So organized. Calendar function seamlessly integrates with maps and contacts and lets me know when I need to leave my house based on current traffic. What's not to love?

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It's Big. I mean Big.
Phone owned for less than a year

I've owned an og Note (AT&T), a Note 2 (Verizon) and a Note 3 (Verizon) is my current EDC. I like my hardware big, not because size is a virtue of itself, but because bigger screens are easier to see, and when you're north of fifty, that matters.

Everything about this tablet is super-sized, but unlike the fast food chain that phrase invokes, with no compromise in quality. I have the Verizon version of this tablet, and while the carrier made some compromises in functionality by not allowing the tablet to function as a phone, it is a minor point for me.

Processor and RAM are the best you can get for it's release date. If the interface experiences the occasional drag, it is because of the inefficiency of the TouchWiz shell and not for any lack of muscle under the hood.

The screen is a marvel. You'll have to be a very sharp-eyed wipper-snapper to see the pixels without putting a nose-print on the glass. The LCD technology is plenty vivid and enjoyable to gaze at. At full bright, this tablet is very bright.

I expected the weight to be up there, and it is. It's heavier than I expected, but there's a reason, and I think that reason is a worthy compromise. I believe the weight comes from the big battery, and that is one place I think you should invest your ounces. The battery is amazing, and lasts longer than any other tablet I've owned or heard about.

When you buy top-line tech, you're always making a choice. Do you want the gizmo that looks the best and earns the most envious glances? Do you want the one that's elegant and light and gets the job done more ergonomically than any other, or do you want the one that makes no compromises in brute force functionality. I've made that decision a lot of times in the past, and time and time again I have chosen the most capable gizmo at the cost of size and sexiness. I made that decision with my phone and my laptop as well, because that's what suits me. If you're a Note kind of person, it may suit you too.

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