Samsung Galaxy TabPRO

Samsung Galaxy tablet royal rumble for 1st half of 2014

Samsung has lots of tablets though thankfully fewer in number than its smartphones. Still, it's quite easy to get lost in a sea of models, names and specs of devices announced in the first half of this year alone. If you're curious to see what Samsung has to offer in terms of the big bad boys of Android devices, then come along as we look back at the different kinds of new tablets that the manufacturer has unleashed so far.

T-Mobile Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 leaked with phone function

Do you remember those days when the smaller your phone, the more popular or sophisticated you were? No? Well, neither do mobile phone companies since the continuing trend is that phones are getting bigger and bigger. A week after Samsung announced their biggest phone-tablet hybrid yet, the 7-inch Galaxy W, rumours are they will be releasing an even bigger one later this year: a phone version of the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4.

Samsung Galaxy Pro video ad takes shots at all rivals

Samsung has fired another volley of not-so-subtle criticisms against its rivals and this time it is not leaving anyone out. It's latest ad for its Galaxy Pro line of tablets try to make sure that everyone knows that Samsung's offering makes you more productive than any iPad or Surface or Kindle Fire will ever do.

Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 12.2 release set for March 9th

Samsung has confirmed the pricing and release date for the Galaxy TabPRO 12.2. This tablet will be available beginning on March 9th, and arriving priced at $649.99. Those interested will be able to find this particular model with a variety of retailers including Amazon, Best Buy, Newegg, and Walmart.

Magazine UX can’t be turned off on Samsung NotePRO or TabPRO

If the new crop of Samsung tablets has you ready for the February 13th launch date, we’ve got something for you to consider. It seems their new Magazine UX can’t really be turned “off” as we were led to believe. Instead, users must keep “at least one” Magazine U screen up at all times.

Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 12.2, 10.1 and 8.4 hands-on

Looking for productivity on your tablet but don't need the S Pen of Samsung's new Galaxy NotePRO? The company has slotted in a new range of prosumer tablets here at CES, the Galaxy TabPRO line, a trio of Android slates hitting the 8.4-, 10.1-, and 12.2-inch screen sizes. Running nearly the same specifications as the flagship NotePRO, the TabPRO gets the same Magazine UX, Multi Windows flexibility, and app bundle; we went hands-on to find out how they hold up.