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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

Windows tablets of all shapes and sizes are on the rise as more and more people are looking to stay as productive as possible whilst on the go. All sorts of brands are producing Windows tablets, including the Korean tech giant, Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is one of the costlier Windows tablets around, but it brings a lot to the game. Read more below!

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Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Singapore

Streamlined and Lightweight Design

Gone are the olden days of plasticky and ugly looking Samsung tablets and smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Windows tablet has an incredible design that is just a sight to behold. Up front and centre of the Galaxy TabPro S sits the stunningly massive 12-inch Gorilla Glass display that is housed in a very classy metal frame. On the rear is a rubberised back plate that makes it durable and resistant to scratches and provides a great grip for the hand during use.

Its elegance is further emphasized with how amazingly slim and light the TabPro S is. When viewed from the side, it is clear the TabPro S draws its design inspirations from the Samsung Galaxy S7 flagship smartphone, right down to the subtle camera hump on the back. Being so lightweight and slim, the TabPro S is easily carried around and store in bags.

Transformational Productivity

The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S would not fully be a proper Windows tablet without the inclusion of a keyboard dock. Unlike other Windows tablet however, the TabPro S has its keyboard dock already bundled in with the tablet, making it a value purchase.

The keyboard dock is ultra-thin and doubles as a display cover when closed onto the screen. Even with an ultra-thin profile, the keyboard still has great tactility when typing and navigating through the tablet with it. Each individual keys are full sized and placed right next to each other because of the compact dimensions of the keyboard and tablet – but it gets the job done. Attach the keyboard to the table with the magnet links, and prop it up with the cleverly designed fold and you’ve got yourself a convertible laptop.

The Beautiful Display – Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Singapore

The 12-inch display of the TabPro S has an amazing resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels (FHD+). It also uses a super AMOLED display, meaning that colours appear more vibrant in all shades and contrasts are more diverse, delivering a superbly rich display for all types of content.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-08-11
It seems like 2-in-1 hybrids are more like two-a-penny hybrids at the moment – we reviewed both the Dell XPS 12 and HP Spectre x2 last month – but the Galaxy TabPro S offers something different. First, this 12in 2-in-1 includes a 2,160 x 1,440 Super AMOLE...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-05
Excellent software compatibility, Good typing experience, Elegant design, Beautiful screenUnreliable case stand, Single USB port, Expensive
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S review: We first met the TabPro S back at CES 2016, but now we've been using one in the real world to find out whether it justifies that base £850 asking price.Why the TabPro S forgoes Samsung convention and gets the ‘Galaxy' sub-b...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-16
With an aluminium-alloy frame running around the outside edge and a body that's just 6.4mm thick, this Windows 10 device is thinner than most flagship smartphones. Weighing just 690g at its 12-inch size, it's reasonably comfortable to hold one-handed — t...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-27
The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S has been officially described by Samsung as the perfect tablet for work and play - fusing Samsung's defining technology and Microsoft's Windows 10 into a lightweight, premium tablet/folio in two varieties: The 4G LTE, and the W...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-24
We live with an abundance of technology. From the computers on our desks and on our coffee tables to the phones we are glued to throughout the waking day, there are just so many devices clamouring for our attention. Things were made even more complicated...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-14
Chic looks, Bundledin cover, Windows 10, Samsung FlowDoesnt have all the ports required, Battery could be better, Intel M processor not v powerful
Samsung's Galaxy line has changed considerably since the earliest Galaxy S range of phones. With the Galaxy S6, their phones did a 360 degrees in terms of their look and feel and have now turned into sophisticated smartphones built using premium materials...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-09
Enhances design quality for Samsung tablets, slender fanfree design, full Windows 10 operability, bright and colourful screen, battery means a full working day's use (8hours), keyboard includedFussy keyboard/cover only has two stand positions, small trackpad, Intel Core M3 and 4GB RAM lack punch of competitors, no stylus included, price doesn't make it standout against the competition
Not so long ago Samsung pulled out of the laptop market in the UK, which came as a bit of a shock. It also showed the electronic manufacturer's hand and forward-thinking, to some degree, given that tablet and laptop markets have largely converged in recen...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-08
Tablets were the big thing a few years ago, purportedly soon to displace PCs. It didn't happen, and tablet sales have been dropping for several years. Except for one kind of tablet: the kind with a detachable keyboard, epitomized by Microsoft's Surface Pr...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-03
Another day, another Windows 10 hybrid tablet. But this one is notable for two reasons: it's coming from Samsung, which isn't known for its Windows machines, and Samsung has designed this device to be far more tablet than most hybrids on the market.It sho...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-30
Gorgeous display, great design, stellar battery lifeKeyboard is awkward to use, performance can be laggy
The Galaxy TabPro S is Samsung's first Windows 10-powered 2-in-1 and the company no doubt hopes to make a mark in the business convertible market, especially having ditched its laptop efforts in the UK last year. Samsung is entering a crowded market as D...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-27
Gorgeous display, great design, stellar battery lifeKeyboard is awkward to use, performance can be laggy
SAMSUNG NO LONGER releases laptops in the UK, having admitted defeat in 2014 . However, the company no doubt hopes that the Galaxy TabPro S, its first Windows 10-powered 2-in-1, will make up for this and help to make a mark on the business convertible mar...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-25
Lightweight and portable, Beautiful Super AMOLED screen, Keyboard includedHefty Canadian price tag, Awkward design, Small keyboard and sticky touchpad, Only has a USBC port, Patrick O'Rourke contributed photography to this review
With Microsoft and Intel by its side, Samsung has entered the two-in-one market with a creditable stab at the laptop-tablet hybrid.The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S marks the first Galaxy to run an operating system other than Android, and is in many ways unique...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-25
Samsung's latest tablet bears the same Galaxy branding as its smartphones and tablets, but it does not run Android.Instead, it runs Windows 10 and is yet another tablet-laptop hybrid competing against the Microsoft Surface Pro 4.The Galaxy TabPro S also m...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-24
Thin, Dazzling screen, USBCNo other ports besides USBC, Dreadful keyboardscreen cover, Stylus not included as standard
Samsung withdrew from the European laptop market several years ago, but it's now made a return – in a small-scale, oddball fashion. The Galaxy TabPro S is a tablet that comes with a keyboard case, transforming it into a laptop. Despite the Galaxy name tho...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-15
Samsung's Galaxy TabPro S (GTS) is one of the first serious contenders in the Windows 10, two-in-one, hybrid, detachable tablet space, until now the domain of Microsoft's Surface range.But after nearly a month of use I have to say that on the surface I am...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-12
Slim, light, and attractive build. AMOLED displays of this size are always a treat. Very respectable battery life. Keyboard cover is included in the price!The keyboard cover, a crucial part of the package, is substandard due to its limited angles and cheap construction. USBC can be restrictive. No option to buy a more powerful version.
When Microsoft first released the Surface several years ago, it was pretty clear that the company was on to something. It wasn't a perfect device, but the portability and flexibility of the design – primarily a tablet but capable of transforming into a se...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-11
The OLED screen really does look amazing, One of the slimmest and lightest iterations of this concept, Nice to see a standalone GPS chip instead of requiring integrated LTE, Bundled software that actually does something that's usefulOnly 4GB RAM, Only one TypeC port, No integrated LTE option (though one may be coming in the future), The keyboard is too small, Biometric authentication requires a Galaxy phone
Some context: Windows 95 OEM Service Release 2 was released on August 24, 1996. It updated various parts of Windows 95, including Internet Explorer 3, FAT32 filesystem support, Firewire support, and DirectX 2.0a. The release also introduced support for Op...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-27
The Microsoft Surface was revolutionary when it first debuted four years ago. The idea of a wrap-around keyboard case on a tablet that ran Windows meant that – in theory at least – you could forgo the laptop for a lighter, much more portable device. If...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-25
Thin and light design, impressive performance, excellent display, comes with keyboard coverNo regular USB port, no memory card slot, keyboard cover not always responsive
Samsung is already a dominant force in Android smartphones and Android tablets and it has just set its sights on reaching the top in the Windows 10 tablet category with the Galaxy TabPro S.The 12-inch device has been released at a time when customers are...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-21
stylish, compact design, good keyboard included, fast SSD, good cameras, impressive screen, great battery lifescreen can be a power drain at times, one USBC port for data and charging, some CPU throttling under heavy load
Super AMOLED style. The Samsung Galaxy TabPro S is a smart 12-inch tablet that comes with a usable keyboard good battery life and an impressive screen...
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Processor frequency

2.2 GHz

Processor family

Intel Core M

Processor model


Processor cores


Processor cache

4 MB

Processor boost frequency

2.2 GHz


Internal memory

4 GB

Internal memory type



Display diagonal

30.5 cm (12")

Display resolution

2160 x 1440 pixels

LED backlight
Display technology


Touch technology



Built-in speaker(s)
Built-in microphone

Ports & interfaces

Micro-USB 3.0 ports quantity


Microphone in
Combo headphone/mic port
Headphone out

Weight & dimensions


29 cm


6.3 mm


19.9 cm


693 g


Wi-Fi standard

IEEE 802.11ac

Wi-Fi standards

IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n

Bluetooth version


Wi-Fi Direct
Near Field Communication (NFC)
4G standards



Internal storage capacity

128 GB

Card reader integrated
Compatible memory cards
Storage media





Operating system installed

Windows 10 Pro


Rear camera
Rear camera resolution (numeric)

5 MP

Auto focus
Front camera
Front camera resolution (numeric)

5 MP


Battery capacity

5200 mAh

Battery capacity (Watt hours)

39.5 Wh

Battery life (max)

10.5 h

Battery recharge time

2.5 h

Battery voltage

7.6 V


Form factor


Colour of product


Device type

Full-size tablet

Kids tablet


Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
GPS (satellite)
Orientation sensor
Proximity sensor
Video formats supported