The much rumoured Samsung's new tablet series Galaxy Tab and Note Pro were allegedly confirmed by the bill boards put up at the Las Vegas Convention Hall, which is hosting the International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2014.
CES organizers as a precursor to the event launch on 6 January, 2014 were decorating Samsung's booth with the cutouts of the company's upcoming new products, and it inadvertently caught the attention of the media.
Apart from confirmation of Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro and Note Pro existence, they did not get any reference to their features.
According to rumours, South Korean company is slated to release three tablets in Q1, 2014 - two Galaxy Tab Pro devices - one an 8.4-inch (SM-T320) and a 10.1-inch (SM-T520), whereas in Galaxy Note Pro series; we are likely to see a single 12.2-inch(SM-905) model.
Word on the street is that all Pro series devices are high-end models and are expected to boast of top-of-the-line features like full HD resolution display, latest Android v4.4 KitKat OS, either house a Snapdragon 800 series chipset or Samsung's in house built Exynos Octa-core processor, 3GB RAM, S Pen stylus functionality and the devices expected to be made available in the market next month in two colour variants - black and white.
The famous Las Vegas consumer electronics trade fair, International CES 2014 officially kicks-off on 7 January and ends on 10 January 2014.
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