Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S2 clears FCC

Windows 10 powered Samsung Galaxy TabPro S2 is certified by the FCC.

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Earlier, Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S2 was spotted on the Bluetooth SIG documents and now according to the latest report, the device has just passed through the FCC with a Verizon branding.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S2 clears FCC

This could only mean one thing, Samsung's new tablet could be revealed soon and hopefully, it will be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress event this month.

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The Galaxy Tab Pro S2 is expected to be running Windows 10 OS and is tipped to come with a 12-inch Super AMOLED screen of 2160x1440px resolution and S Pen support. The tab could feature Intel Core i5-7200U 7th Gen Kaby Lake processor clocked at 3.1GHz, 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM, 128 gigs of SSD storage and 13MP back and 5MP front cameras.

Further according to various rumors that have popped up on the internet suggest that the tablet could sport a massive 39Wh 5070 mAh battery with a 25W Turbo Charger, two USB Type-C ports with support for USB 3.0 and support for microSD storage expansion and a SIM slot.

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While it has been long since Samsung last launched it tab products, it is good seeing the company finally making a move to release the new product.


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