Samsung has announced that Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, Galaxy Tab pro 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 8.4 will be in store shelves in United States from February 13th onwards.
Samsung had unveiled its entire series of Galaxy tablets including 12.2 inch Note Pro and Tab Pro at CES 2014. The 12.2 inch Note pro would be launched by Verizon Wireless this quarter and Tab Pro will be available sometime next month as the exact date wasn’t announced. Consumers can pre-order the devices now from Samsung’s website, Amazon, Walmart and other leading online stores.
Nanda Ramachandran, vice president of emerging business at Samsung Telecommunications America said in the statement:
“The Note Pro and Tab Pro create a more meaningful user experience at the intersection of work and play. With four completely revamped models featuring unique software innovations and impressive displays, these tablets offer users a premium Galaxy experience.”
Samsung has mentioned that the new devices include Magazine UX as there was speculation about the company’s deal with Google. Samsung has decided to reduce customization and special features in its Android devices, according to a report last week.
Samsung Note Pro 12.2 32GB model is priced at $749.99 and the 64GB model at $849.99. Verizon has not revealed the price of Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and Galaxy Tab pro 12.2. The 32GB Galaxy Tab Pro 12.1 costs $649.99 while the 16GB Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 costs 499.99 and the 16GB Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is priced at $399.99.
Though price seems to be on the higher end, Samsung has justified its pricing stating that $800 worth “premium content” would be available with Galaxy Note Pro and Galaxy Tab Pro devices. The devices will come with 50GB of Dropbox space for 2 years, $25 Google Play Credit, Hulu Plus for three months, Gogo inflight Wi-Fi for one year and Six months of Cisco WebEx Premium 8.[ Source: Samsung ]