Galaxy Note Pro, Tab Pro product names spotted on billboards at CES 2014

January 6, 2014

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    Samsung is going to launch a variety of tablets in the first quarter of the year including several Pro-labeled devices, rumors have said for quite a while, and it looks like they were highly accurate.

    Engadget has already spotted a billboard at CES 2014 that practically confirms the Galaxy Note Pro and Galaxy Tab Pro product names, without revealing other details about Samsung’s upcoming line of tablets.

    However, except for an image of the Galaxy Note Pro tablet complete with stylus, and the mention of the Pro product names, much else wasn’t revealed, not even the size of these tablets.

    Samsung Galaxy Note Pro, Tab Pro

    Existing rumors suggest that Samsung will have two 12.2-inch Pro models in stores, including a Galaxy Note Pro and a Galaxy Tab Pro tablet. Furthermore, the Galaxy Tab Pro family of devices may also include a 10.1-inch and an 8.4-inch model, although that’s yet to be confirmed.

    We expect Samsung to unveil the devices during its press event in Las Vegas on Monday, at which point we’ll be able to give you more details about them. We’ll remind you that Android Authority will be on the ground at CES 2014 to offer you in-depth coverage of all the new Android-related products that will be shown at the event.

    Comments

    • TjaldidTjaldid

      Is that a new Homescreen?

      • Jaun Lombard

        Samsung said they want to change Touchwiz to look different on a tablet compared to their phones!

        • Tuấn Ankh

          and so they copies Windows 8… -__-
          JK.

          • Shark Bait

            Yeahhh I was thinking something looked familiar!

            • Bryan Z

              I really thought they copied Flipboard more than Windows 8, still they have a nice design

          • MasterMuffin

            Because Microsoft totally invented that design /s

            • Tuấn Ankh

              Yeah, lol. I was just joking. This looks way better than the live tiles on any Windows device.

            • MasterMuffin

              Yup!

    • Daniel

      I actually really like that Homescreen. I have been wondering when a tablet company is going to make a UI designed for a tablet instead of just upgraded from a phone.

      • Shark Bait

        Me too, home screens are wasted on 10 inchesy. This actually looks ok! Maybe samsung will start making good softwe……. Just maybe!

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