Samsung's Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 tablet will go on sale in the UK on Thursday 6 February, at a price of £649.
The 12.2in device is Samsung's largest Android tablet to date, featuring a 2560x1600 resolution touchscreen display, which can be controlled by Samsung's S Pen stylus. Other internal specifications include Samsung's in-house Exynos 5 octa-core processor and 3G and 4G connectivity. A 9,500mAh battery is included along with either 32GB or 64GB of internal storage.
While the tablet will run on the latest version of Google's Android operating system – 4.4 KitKat – the user interface has been given a major overhaul. Called Magazine UX, it is more stylised and focuses on productivity and web content. We tested the Magazine UX our hands-on review of the device at last month's CES in Las Vegas.
Samsung is aiming the device at business users, with a range of enterprise software included on the device such as six months of free Cisco WebEx, 50GB free Dropbox, as well as Remote PC and an office suite. It also includes Samsung's Knox security software for businesses. Samsung has also included multi-window functionality, meaning the screen can be split into four sections.
Carphone Warehouse lists the tablet as costing £649 for the WiFi-only model.
Samsung's device is one of the larger tablets on the market at the moment, and is substantially bigger than Apple's 9.4in iPad Air. Rumours circulating towards the end of last year suggested Apple was considering the release of a larger tablet, but this is yet to be confirmed by the company.
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