Samsung Galaxy Tab S Pro Tablet Leak Hints at 12 inch Display

By Anuj

With rumours continuing that Apple will release a large sized version of iPad sometime before the end of 2015, the latest report speculates that Samsung, the tech giant from South Korea, could be preparing to unleash a 12-inch tablet at this year's MWC tech show.

Apparently, the speculated large screen sized tablet is listed in the changelog for the latest update to Samsung's Milk Music app in the Google Play Store, SamMobile spotted. The giant tablet is expected to have a large screen over 12 inches.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S Pro Tablet Leak Hints at 12 inch Display


Dubbed as the Galaxy Tab S Pro, the forthcoming tablet could succeed the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, Samsung's current generation large sized tablet, unveiled last year. Unlike the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, the Galaxy Tab S Pro won't have a working stylus, and hence seems to be an altogether different model.

Unfortunately we still don't know anything about the hardware specs of the upcoming tablet but Samsung's Galaxy Tab S Pro won't come cheap.

Samsung may be under pressure to introduce new tablet models as the company has seen its share eroded by Apple's iPad range. Reportedly, Samsung shipped around 11 million tablets in Q4. Meanwhile, Apple sold a respectable 21.4 million iPads last quarter.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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