Jan 02, 2017 06:54 AM EST
Samsung Set To Release Two Windows 10 Tablets during CES 2017 [Video]
Recent discussions have pointed to the possibility that Samsung might release two new models of tablets that will reportedly run on Windows 10. Further reports also indicated that the said devices would be unveiled in the coming consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2017.
According to GSMArena, the purported Samsung tablets were identified having the model numbers SM-W720 and SM-W620, respectively. The report lacks any trace information about the devices aside from hinting that the SM-W720 seems to be the successor to Galaxy TabPro S with a model number SM-W700, while SM-W620 would seem to be the smaller and low-end version of the SM-W720.
Reliable Samsung leaker Sammobile, it presented four possible Samsung models where one is the possible Galaxy TabPro S successor or the Galaxy TabPro S2: SM-W728, SM-W727, SM-W723, and SM-W720. Of this earlier leak, it seems the last model number would be the one to be unveiled a week from now during CES 2017.
According to speculations, the device might carry seventh-generation Intel Core M processors, sporting a 12-inch Super AMOLED 2,160 x 1,440 displays, not much more in said, Digital Trends reported. However, with such limited information, it is not clear whether the new device would be powerful enough to take Surface Pro 4 head-on.
Accordingly, pundits hope that there will be vast improvements for the upcoming device such as it should offer more than just a singular USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack present in the older model. They say the new rumored device should have more considering it would be a Windows 10 device.
It would also be beneficial for the Windows 10 tablets to have a better keyboard with a stronger magnet. The Samsung TabPro S according to the report had weak magnets that support the keyboard cover that setting the device up for laptop mode might result in accidents of the device falling flat on its back or screen.
The video below is of the Galaxy TabPro S which is reportedly tobe succeeded by the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S2.