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Samsung trademarks Galaxy Tab S Pro moniker
Samsung is getting ready to announce some amazing devices during the second half of 2015. Among them are the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus (or whatever name they choose for it), and now we are getting proof that there may also be a high-end tablet in the works.
Samsung trademarked the moniker “Samsung Galaxy Tab S Pro” on July 3rd. Sadly, we know nothing of this mysterious tablet yet, as it’s the very first time we hear of it. We are also not sure whether it will ever be announced or not; manufacturers often file for trademarks and end up not launching the product. It’s more of a precautionary chore, in some cases. What we do know is a good Samsung tablet is definitely due by now.
We haven’t seen an update to the Galaxy Tab S series for more than a year. This means a successor is likely coming. We have been hearing rumors of a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 for some time now, including specs, benchmarks, materials and even a supposed June announcement. June came and went with no good news, though. Is it because Samsung is changing its strategy and waiting on this Galaxy Tab S Pro? Are they the same one?
That is also unknown, but the Tab S2 has some pretty good specs, including an Exynos 7420 chip, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage and 3580-5870 mAh batteries (depending on the size). I say that hardware is worthy of a “pro” label – right?
They may be completely different devices, though. We won’t find out until Samsung takes the stage, which we have no idea when they will, now that they have missed the June window.