Very few know that Samsung had launched a Windows hybrid tablet called Galaxy Tab Pro S, worldwide and it was not that big of a hit. However, Samsung seems to be sticking to the device and is all set to launch the second generation of this handset now. After having appeared on the Wi-Fi certification website, SM-W727V has now got its Bluetooth certification as well. We can now say for sure that the device is only a step away from being launched and in all likelihood, will be announced at the Mobile World Congress at Barcelona towards the end of February. The device that appeared on these certifications is a Wi-Fi only model, but Samsung is expected to bring out an LTE variant as well. Most details of the tablet is not yet known but we can expect it to be another Windows hybrid tablet from the brand.
The Wi-Fi certification of the tablet had revealed that the device will come running on the latest Windows 10 operating system out of the box. This is a great news for all those who are looking for Windows-based hand-held but are discouraged by the dated Windows 8 on them. It also remains to be seen whether the new tablet comes in the same design that Samsung has adopted for its flagship handsets. Coming to the specifications, we can expect that the device would be equipped with a 12-inch Super AMOLED, Quad-HD display and the latest Intel Core M-series processors. Notably, the brand is also set to launch its Galaxy Tab S3 at the upcoming event, which is an Android tablet and is already being talked about.