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First European pricing revealed for Samsung's new Galaxy TabPro S with Windows 10 [Update]

Just this week, we got hands-on time with the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S, one of the latest Windows 10 devices to come to market, following its official unveiling by Samsung at CES 2016.

However, no pricing details have yet been made available - at least, not officially. According to leaked information from Germany, the device will start there at €999.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

Microsoft Surface Pro 4





Dual-core Intel Core M 2.2GHz

Intel Core m3








12-inch Super AMOLED @ 2160x1440

12.3-inch PixelSense Display @ 2736x1824


WiFi a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.1

WiFi a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0


5200 mAh

5100 mAh


Windows 10 Home

Windows 10 Pro




Keyboard Included Optional (€149.99)

We’ve compared the entry-level models of the Galaxy TabPro S and Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 - and, given that both tablets will be sold as premium-class devices, the only noticeable advantage the Surface has is the inclusion of Windows 10 Pro (over Home on the TabPro S). The Galaxy has an advantage in including a keyboard cover with the device - Microsoft charges an extra €149.99 for its Type Cover accessory - as well as offering a 4G LTE option, which the Surface Pro 4 lacks.

Two additional TabPro S models will be available: the first with Windows 10 Pro and Wi-Fi connectivity; and the second with Windows 10 Pro and 4G LTE. They will reportedly cost €1099 and €1199 respectively.

Source: All About Samsung via SamMobile

Update: As @NotCassim pointed out to us, Samsung has confirmed to FraWin.com that the device will go on sale in France next month, with prices starting at €899 for the Wi-Fi model, rising to €1199 for the range-topping 4G LTE model.

Editor's note: This article was updated after publishing to add details regarding keyboard accessories for the two devices - our thanks to Zapella Tiago for highlighting this omission in the original published article.

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