Though the South Korean tech giant Samsung released the Galaxy TabPro S this year, it recently announced that it updated the recent device. The upgrade is a TabPro S Gold edition, which has a gold finish and larger RAM storage compared to the device presented earlier this year.
The Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition has a 12-inch quad HD 1440 p active matrix organic light emitting diode (AMOLED) display. It is still 6.3 millimeters thin and weighs 1.53 pounds. Moreover, the brand new edition also maintains the detachable keyboard casing.
In terms of differences, the Gold Edition's RAM is twice the size of its preceding unit. The Gold Edition contains 8 GB of RAM instead of 4 GB. Hence, the latest device is expected to have a better performance than the standard Galaxy TabPro S. Furthermore, the internal storage of the Gold Edition is larger compared to its preceding unit. Users can enjoy the 256 GB of storage. The previous model only had a 128-GB capacity.
Other than the aforementioned features, the Gold Edition has similar specs as the standard TabPro S. It still has a 2.2 GHz Intel Core M3 processor as well as 5-megapixel front and rear cameras. Moreover, it still operates on the Windows 10.
Samsung announced that the TabPro S battery can be fully charged within 2.5 hours. A single charge can last for up to 10.5 hours.
Another important factor that sets the Gold Edition apart from the standard edition is the price. The Gold Edition is more expensive compared to the preceding model. It costs $999.99.
Samsung launched the Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition last Oct. 14. It is currently available to tech savvy users. The latest edition can be bought at Samsung stores and at various retailers such as Best Buy.