At CES 2014, Samsung unveiled 4 new tablets – Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, Tab Pro 8.4, Tab Pro 10.1, and Tab Pro 12.2. Out of these 4 tablets, only Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 was made available in the UK. But lately, Samsung has announced that three of these aforementioned devices will be available in the US from February 13.
Currently, all models that will be making their way stateside are Wi-Fi only variants. It is likely that LTE-enabled versions of the tablets will be offered directly by the carriers. All the tablets will feature the Magazine UX skin that was demoed at the CES 2014. In addition, the devices will come with 50GB Dropbox space for two years, a $25 Google Play credit, three-month trial Hulu Plus subscription, six months of Cisco WebEx Premium 8 and a year subscription with Bloomberg Businessweek.
The 16 GB 8.4-inch Tab Pro tablet will cost $400, while the 16 GB 10.1-inch Tab Pro will cost $500, and the 32 GB version of the 12.2-inch Tab Pro will cost $650. On the other side, the 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro will come in 32 GB and 64 GB variants. The 32 GB version will cost $750 and the 64 GB version will be available for $850.
The 12.2-inch Tab Pro won’t actually hit the market until March, but everything else will be available on Feb 13. On the other hand, Samsung has confirmed that an LTE edition of the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 will come to Verizon Wireless later this quarter. However, these models are now available for pre-order at several online retailers like Walmart, Best Buy, Amazon, Fry’s, Newegg and others. There’s no word on any carrier agreements yet.
Source: Business Wire