The new Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition is now official, more than just a new coat of paint, it is coming in with a small bump up in terms of performance. As the name suggests, the spec bump isn’t the only thing that sets this model apart from the cheaper versions of Samsung’s tablet. It has a gold-colored case and comes with a gold keyboard cover.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition Features:
Right off the bat, the upgrade is in the RAM, doubling the capacity from 4GB to 8GB. Aside from fresh gilded design, that is pretty much the only difference it is bringing to the table compared with the standard model, but it does pack a 256GB SSD by default.
That means the users will still get a 12-inch Super AMOLED Full HD display, clocking in with a 2,160 x 1,440 resolution.
On top of that, it’s powered by a 2.2 GHz Intel Core M3 processor, enabling it to run with little or no ventilation and noise.
Keeping the lights on is a 5,200 mAh battery which can be completely charged in just two hours and 30 minutes, and it is touted to last up to 10.5 hours of the video playback. Needless to say, there are lot of factors involved on this front, so the TabPro S mightn’t exactly live up to that claim.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition Specifications:
Connectivity options include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a USB Type-C port, among others. The new Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition measures at 290.3 x 198.8 x 6.35mm and weighs around 694g, which pretty much match that of the older version.
Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition Price:
Those who are interested in nabbing it, it’s already available at Best Buy priced at $999.99, and it’s expected to go up soon enough on Samsung’s official website.