Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Windows 10 Tablet Leaks Ahead Of Global Debut

Usually when there's talk of Samsung releasing a Galaxy device, the mind wanders to Android, Samsung's go-to platform in the mobile space. Not this time. Samsung is prepping a Windows 10 tablet called the Galaxy TabPro S, and while nothing is yet official, the first press renders of the forthcoming device have been leaked to the web.

They come courtesy of Evan Blass, otherwise known as @evleaks on Twitter, and let's just say he has a solid history of leaking legitimate photos and accurate specs to the public before they become official. In this instance, it's just a set of pictures, which show the Galaxy TabPro S in both black and white.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S

The press renders show the tablet with and without a keyboard dock, which bring inevitable comparisons to Microsoft Surface Pro line. It's unavoidable, especially when you factor in previously rumored specs.

Based on previous rumors, the Galaxy TabPro S will wield a 12-inch Super AMOLED display with either a 2560x1600 or 3840x2400 resolution powered by a 13nm Intel Core M processor and 4GB of RAM.

Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Keyboard

S Pen support is expected to be part of the package, and you can make out front and rear cameras in the press renders. As for the megapixel count and other specifics, we'll have to wait until Samsung formally introduces the device.