Many powerful tablets are now competing in the market, but it seems that two devices will emerge victoriously. Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 and Samsung's upcoming Galaxy TabPro S is set to go head-to-head against each other. Now, here are the latest details about their release date, specs and features.
Let's start with Samsung Galaxy TabPro S. The latest tablet from the South-Korean tech company has been rumored to be running on Windows 10, according to PC Advisor.
As for its release date, the same article from PC Advisor said the device will likely launch in March 2016. Tech experts found that Samsung has a tradition of launching new tablets during March. Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 was made available in March 2014.
The new tablet is set to have a fantastic display features. It will boast a 12" Super AMOLED screen that will run at either 2,560x1,600 pixel or the next frontier for portable displays at 3,840x2,400 pixel. Many gadget lovers will love its lighter and slimmer body.
It also rumored that the device will come with S Pen tool, which is proven to be popular among Samsung devices. The processing power of the tablet will run on an Intel Core M processor and with 4GB RAM capacity-- to equip the device during heavy usage and multi-tasking. Also, the tablet will sport a Quad-core 1.9 GHz Cortex-A15.
Furthermore, the new Samsung tablet will have USB Type-C, which will aid the device for faster charging time.
The previous Samsung Galaxy TabPro had a retail price around $660 during its release and currently sits around $440 in the market. Tech experts estimate that the new TabPRO S will be priced around $600-850 during its initial launching.
On the other hand, let's take a look at Microsoft's Surface Pro 4. The Redmond company's latest 2-in-1 laptop makes numerous iterative improvements over its predecessor, as it is lighter, thinner and more powerful than the Surface Pro 3.
Surface Pro 4 is available for purchase in the US and Canada since November last year.
Microsoft has slimmed down the 2-in-1 tablet at 12.3-inch to accommodate more screen and has more room for Office and other applications. From Surface Pro 3's 2,160 x 1,440 pixel-resolution display, the latest gadget boasts a 2,736 x 1,824 pixel-resolution display.
The gadget comes in two versions, depending on the user's preference. Buyers can have a Surface Pro 4 with Intel's Core i5 or Core i7 processor. It can also be configured with a lower or higher amount of storage and RAM. Moreover, enjoy bigger storage capacity at 1TB.
Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is available in the US, Australia and UK for the price of $899, as per reports from Tech Radar.