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If you got five hundred dollars burning a hole in your pocket and you're planning to get an Android tablet with the big screen and powerful inwards. You don't see the need for a stylus well Samsung's Galaxy TabPro 10.1 was built just for you. The question is will you like it if you take it home?

Hardware Features

Image of Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 10.1 Specs and Features
Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 10.1 Display
  • Wideness – 243mm
  • Thickness – 7.29mm
  • Weight – 469g
  • Screen Density – 299ppi
  • Overall Screen Size – 2560px by 1600px
Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 10.1 Processor and Storage
  • Android 4.4.2 KitKat (OS)
  • Exynos 5 “Octa”
  • 1.9 GHz Quadcore ARM Cortex A15+
  • 1.3 GHz Quadcored ARM Cortex A7
  • 2 GB RAM/16 GB Internal Storage
  • MicroSDHC 64GB Max
Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 10.1 Connectivity
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
  • InfraRed Port
  • LTE (SM-T525 only)

The Good Thing About TabPRO 10.1

The TabPro 10.1 hardware will hold very few surprises for those accustomed to seeing Samsung tablet on retail shelves. It’s a wide, thin, lightweight device with the trio of controls below its 10.1 inch Super Clear LCD.

The screens pixel density stands just shy of 300 pixels per inch producing a crisper image than we're used to see.

In terms of innards, the model SMT 520. The WiFi-only addition with the Exynos 5 “Octa” backed up by 2GB RAM and 16 GB of storage. There’s also expansion available for those interested in loading their own media under the tap.

Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi with AC and IR round out the connectivity package with LTE included only on the Qualcomm powered variant. The galaxy TabPRO made with the newest major build of Android (4.4.2 Kit Kat) with Samsung's newest third party UI running on top, the Magazine UX and all a bit is running on hardware that's some of the newest and most powerful available.

From the Observation

In hand, TabPro 10.1 suffers from the same handicappers nearly all tablets within a 25 aspect ratio. It’s fairly difficult to type on in landscape and fairly awkward to use in portrait. However, in exchange you've got a nice wide screen area for viewing HD video and browsing the web.

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