Samsung’s TabPro S is getting a refresh and is getting one more step closer to its launch. Samsung is prepping up for its appearance at this year’s Mobile World Congress this month later, where it is expected to launch a host of new devices, and one of them could be the newly rumoured Galaxy TabPro S 2nd generation.
As many as eight different variants have reportedly received the Bluetooth certification from the Bluetooth SIG bearing the model number SM-W727x, as can be seen in the image below.
As a reminder, the original TabPro S runs Windows 10 operating system and the existence of these many variants clearly suggest Samsung is aiming to launch the tablet globally through different network carriers like Verizon, AT&T, Cricket Wireless, H2O Wireless, and T-Mobile etc. with different OS versions like Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Pro etc.
As far as the specs are concerned, Samsung will likely upgrade the underlying hardware and the main focus would be the processor which is speculated to among the 7th Gen. Intel Core M series.