Samsung's Windows 10 tablet, the Galaxy TabPro S, can already be unlocked using the fingerprint sensor on some Galaxy smartphones - but that support will soon be extended to all Windows 10 PCs.
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Samsung may be preparing to jump back into the Windows ecosystem with two Windows 10 powered tablets. It has been reported that one of the tablets may be the successor to the Galaxy TabPro S.
According to a credible report, Samsung is working on building a new version of its Windows 10 tablet. Dubbed the Galaxy TabPro S2, the new device is expected to go head to head with the Surface line.
Samsung's 6.3mm-thick Windows 10 tablet, the Galaxy TabPro S, is now available to pre-order in Canada, priced at $1,399 - but it looks like buyers there won't be offered the 4G LTE model.
After launching the 6.3mm-thick Galaxy TabPro S in Australia last month, Samsung has now released the 4G LTE model of its sleek, light Windows 10 tablet there too, priced at $1,799.
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After going on sale in the UK today, Samsung's ultra-thin Windows 10 tablet - featuring a 12-inch Super AMOLED with 2160x1440px, and a sleek 6.3mm-thick body - will be available in the US tomorrow.
The 6.3mm-thick Galaxy TabPro S tablet goes on sale in the UK today - but only the black Wi-Fi model with 128GB storage is listed, with no availability of the white version, or the 4G LTE model.
Samsung has slowly expanded its portfolio of products over the course of a few years and now it has introduced a svelte and attractive 2-in-1 Windows 10 device, dubbed the Galaxy TabPro S.
Samsung's new ultra-thin tablet weighs less than 700g, and features an Intel Core M processor, 4GB RAM, up to 256GB SSD, optional 4G LTE Cat 6, 12-inch 2160x1440px Super AMOLED screen, and more.
Ahead of Samsung's presentation at CES 2016, well-known leaker Evan Blass has outed the Samsung Galaxy TabPRO S running Windows 10, seen in new screenshots published on Twitter.