Galaxy TabPRO and NotePRO Line-up will Cope with High Resolution – Benchmarks
Samsung has launched four new Galaxy tablets at this year’s Consumer Trade Show in its TabPRO and NotePRO line up. Samsung’s latest tablets offer varied sizes giving the user ease and variety to select the screen size desired.
– Galaxy NotePRO and TabPRO tablets by Samsung at CES ’14:
Samsung has unveiled four tablets at this year’s CES in its Galaxy TabPRO and Galaxy NotePRO running on Android 4.4 KitKat. The tablets launched include Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 inch (with S-Pen); Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 inch; Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 inch; and Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 inch.
Releasing in Q1 this year, Galaxy Tab Pro has a smarter design a new interface perfectly built for multitasking. This new range and sizes being offered by Samsung is actually a great offer considering you can pick up a tablet powered by latest tech specs and Android 4.4 KitKat giving you exactly the screen real estate you were looking for.
The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro and Tab Pro line-up will be available in WiFi, WiFI and 3G, and WiFi and LTE options.
Guys at Phone Arena though seem to awe over Samsung’s latest tablet line more than anyone less. They have run Quadrant, GFXBench, AnTuTu and various other popular benchmarking tools on Samsung Galaxy tablets TabPRO line. Compared to some signature contemporaries, here are the Galaxy TabPRO benchmarks.
Note: these Galaxy TabPRO bennchmarks are from tests taken on earlier version of Snapdragon 800 powered Galaxy TabPROs. Hence these might be a little different than the ones going to release during this quarter by Samsung.
Galaxy TabPRO Benchmarks:
Source: Phone Arena