21 May 2019
Samsung has many products to launch at the coming event CES 2017, be they are coming from its Creative Lab or from its own Electronics hub including a new smarter vacuum Robot, Quantum Dot curved monitors or the Smart TV services that curate content based on a user’s needs. Samsung has confirmed itself that all these products will be showcased at the biggest Consumers Electronics Event in Las Vegas, but there can be many such products which haven’t been disclosed by the company yet or it may not be the right time to know about them.
Sammobile that has been feeding the stuff exclusively to Samsung’s products is now unloosing a new information, though with an alarming tag “Unconfirmed.” Well, not relying on the rumor coming from the site’s sources, we still want to follow this as it talks about the Windows 10 powered tablets. Yes, it is being rumored that the company is going to launch two Windows tablets at the CES 2017 next month.
One of the tablets is likely to bear the model number SM-W720 which suggests that it could be a successor to the existing Galaxy TabPro S (SM-W700). This TabPro S is a high-end Windows 10-powered tablet that features an Intel Core M processor with an 8GB RAM and a 256GB internal memory. There is a huge 5,200mAH battery with the fast charging support. It features a 12-inch 2160x1440 pixels resolution Super AMOLED display. It has a 5MP front and rear camera, USB Type-C, and more.
The second tablet from Samsung is likely to be the smaller version of the SM-720 as it holds the model number SM-W620. This could feature a smaller display and slightly less impressive specifications.
No other information has been found regarding this rumor. So, you should rather focus on Samsung’s other products that are confirmed to get showcased at the coming event.