Samsung launches refresh of the Galaxy Tab Pro S in gold, improves specs
Samsung launched a Galaxy Tab Pro S device sometimes ago and what made this one special and much talked about then is that instead of running the Android that we have come to know Samsung for in a long while now, they opted to get the Windows 10 software on this one instead.
Being unveiled at the CES that held in the first month of this year, it has ben around and has been selling for many months now and right now, Samsung has thought about bringing it into the market again but this time, it would have a new colour and some improved specs.
Called the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S Gold Edition, we don’t need to tell you the colour variant it comes in anymore and this improved version would use a massive 8GB RAM and an internal storage space of 256GB Instead. For the other specifications, there has been no change at all which means that you still get the same Intel Core M3 processor that has a clock speed of 2.2GHz, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity options, a coupling of 5MP camera on the back and front of the device and finally, a battery that supplies 5200mAh of juice on the 12 inch of screen.
Available from Best Buy already, this unit goes for $999.99 and the former model has been slashed in price by $100.
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