Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition Launched

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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition has been Launched and will be available in the US via Samsung‘s online store and Best Buy starting Saturday for $999.99 (roughly Rs. 66,700).

The South Korean giant has now launched a new version of the TabPro S, covered in Gold and sporting upgraded specifications.


Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition has a few buffed up specifications compared to the regular version. While the Galaxy TabPro S was launched with 4GB of RAM and 128GB SDD, the Gold version packs double the memory and storage with 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD,running Windows 10, features 12-inch 2,160×1,440 Super AMOLED display with an Intel Core M3 processor clocked at 2.2GHz.

The Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition also sports 5-megapixel cameras on the front and the back. The device is powered by a 5200mAh battery pack that will deliver up to 10.5 hours of battery life on a single charge. It also comes with fast charging capability that will fully charge the device in 2.5 hours.

Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a USB Type-C port, among others. The Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition measures at 290.3×198.8×6.35mm and weighs around 694 grams, which pretty much match that of the older version.


For the uninitiated, arguably the biggest appeal of the Galaxy TabPro S is that it runs on a full-fledged Windows 10 instead of Android, setting it apart from the slew of tablets that Samsung — or any other brands, for that matter — has in store.

More than that, it’s bundled with a keyboard cover, unlike the other competitors in the space such as Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 and Apple’s iPad Pro.

Of course, improvements don’t come cheap, which shouldn’t come as a surprise, as the Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition will hold customers back by $999.99.

Those who are interested in nabbing it, it’s already available at Best Buy, and it’s expected to go up soon enough on Samsung’s official website.

Long story short, Samsung only gave the Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition a slight RAM upgrade and a new premium look, but as expected, it really didn’t go far from the standard models — other than sporting a higher price tag, that is.