The successor to Samsung's Galaxy TabPro S is on its way. At least that's what an FCC filing that was recently leaked indicates.
If the leak is to be believed, then a new Samsung Galaxy TabPro S2 will be unveiled real soon and that it will come with some impressive features. The documents were supposedly filed with the Federal Communications Commission last Feb. 7 and were given the FCC ID A3LSMW727V.
The TabPro S2 will supposedly have a 12-inch Super AMOLED Quad HD display with a 2,160 x 1,440-pixel resolution. It will have the Intel Core i5-7200u 7th Gen Kaby Lake processor with a 3.1GHz speed under its hood and will run on the Windows 10 operating system. Samsung's next 2-in-1 device will come in four versions depending on the OS (Windows 10 Home or Pro) and if LTE connectivity is preferred or not.
Other rumored yet impressive features of the TabPro S2 include the integrated Intel HD Graphics 620 GPU card, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB SSD storage. The storage space can be expanded thanks to its SD card slot. The tablet-slash-laptop will sport a powerful 5,070 mAh battery with a 25W turbocharger.
The supposed Microsoft Surface Pro competitor will also come with two cameras, a 5MP full-HD front camera and a 13MP rear camera which also has 4K video recording capability. As mentioned, the TabPro S2 will have LTE support. It will also have support for Wi-Fi along with Bluetooth 4.1 capability, a SIM slot, and a couple of USB-Type C ports. It will likely have the Samsung S-Pen as well as a keyboard cover.
The Verge said that the TabPro S2 if it does exist, will most likely be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress set for later this month. If this proves true, Samsung will somewhat make up for its decision not to introduce the much-awaited Galaxy S8 at the event.