A Samsung device carrying a model number of SM-W727V was recently spotted on the website of the WiFi Alliance. Reports said the device is the successor to the company's first Windows 10-powered hybrid tablet, the Galaxy TabPro S.
Now, the same device has been certified by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), indicating an imminent launch.
Rumors say the device is powered by latest Intel Core M series processor and sports a 12-inch Super AMOLED (2160×1440 pixel resolution) display. It is expected to be made official during this year's MWC, where the Galaxy Tab S3 is confirmed to be unveiled.
Can you see the pixels under a microscope or at 1 cm length? It's normally sharp and clear at arm's length, right?
Tab A and Spen is good enough but almost 500g. You can go with Tab S2 around 389g. Both 9.7inch display.