Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 rumored to feature octa-core Exynos CPU, 2560×1600 display



The AnTuTu benchmark site is giving a bit of a peak at the power housed within the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1. Benchmark results show a slate worthy of the “Pro” tag, revealing a 1.9GHz Exynos 5420 of the octa-core variety and 2560×1600 resolution display.

The resolution surpasses 2K HD but falls shy of the elusive 4K. Still, that’s a whole lot of pixels crammed into a 10.1-inch display. Other specs revealed include 2GB of RAM and an 8MP rear camera. The model tested featured 32GB of storage, though the Tab Pro will likely come in at least two storage capacities. The slate was marked as running Android 4.4.2 KitKat.

There is a decent chance we see Samsung unveil their new line of Galaxy Tab products next week at CES, but for now that is mere speculation. Rumors point to the new Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 launching alongside several additional Pro and Lite models during the first half of the year.

[via SamMobile]

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  1. That’s the same as the original 2014 edition.

    1. You mean Galaxy Note 2014. No, it has less ram and most likely lacks the entire stylus experience, being a “Tab” device.

      1. I sure hope they have smoothed out the performance from the Note 10.1 2014, as it’s pretty laggy at times.
        This device would make the perfect basis for a Nexus 10 refresh, though I’d like to see it Snapdragon-based and with 3GB RAM. I’d also like to see a 64GB storage option for a Nexus but that’ll never happen. The more time passes, I think that Google is done with the Nexus 10 and we won’t see an updated version.

        1. I’d like to see a Nexus 8-9in tab w/ a wacom stylus and full size sd card support(though sd support by google is a stretch). Google needs to realize there are more uses for a SD card slot especially in a tablet. I do photography and would like to do some editing on a Nexus tablet with a wacom stylus for precision and just be able to pop in my sd card from my 6D dslr

          1. Any USB OTG adapter will do the trick on a Nexus device (rooted). No need for a SD card slot.

      2. I’ve seen the ram poster elsewhere as 3GB as well, but I didn’t think of the pen. I have note 2014 and I really only use the pen for hover when web browsing.

  2. Nexus 10 anyone?

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  4. It’s hard to tell from those pictures, but I blew them up, and it looks like there may be no physical buttons on the bezel anymore. :) Yay!

    1. That’s not a picture of the actual device…

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