The new Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition is coming with more than a change in design but also with some high-tech specifications.
The TabPro S features 8 GB of RAM, twice as much as the previous version, while the default 256 GB SSD is the best improvement by far. It is worth mentioning that users will benefit from a 12-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED display backed by a 2,160 x 1,440 resolution.
Under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold has a 2.2 GHz Intel Core M3 processor which enhances the device’s capacity to function without noise or ventilation. Also, the 5,200 mAh battery is quite generous, and it has a charging time of just two and a half hours.
Plus, it provides a video playback up to 10.5 hours. However, some experts claim that this feature is just an exaggeration. The 5-megapixel rear and front-facing cameras may not be the best thing since sliced bread, but they are good enough to take decent photos and selfies.
The camera has never been a tablet’s strong point as most top brands focus on attaching high-tech cameras to more portable devices such as smartphones. Compared with other competitors including Apple’s iPad Pro or Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4, the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold comes with a keyboard cover.
Needless to say that this device has more than an average price tag, so customers have to take $999.99 out of their pockets if they want to purchase the TabPro S Gold. Although it seems a bit costly, this model is expected to be in high demand, and it will be released soon on Samsung’s official website.
To sum up, some critics stress that the Gold Edition didn’t come with many changes compared with previous models. Besides the RAM upgrade, this version has an exquisite design. Some consider that this release aims to make up for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which turned out to be more than a fiasco but also a dangerous device that scared many customers.
Even so, the company has the largest client-based community along with Apple, so the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition is expected to recover some of the large brand’s lost profit.
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