samsung-galaxy-tabpro-s-review_20If you’re looking forward to checking out more Windows 10-powered tablets in the near future, you might be interested to learn that Samsung could have two such devices that they are planning on debuting at CES 2017, or at least that’s what a report from SamMobile has suggested after receiving a tip.

According to the report, one of the Windows 10 devices will sport the model number SM-W720 and is expected to be the successor to the Galaxy TabPro S that was launched earlier this year. Given that their model numbers are quite similar and it would be about a year apart from their launch, we guess it wouldn’t be a complete surprise to see a successor to it.

We’re not sure what to expect in terms of specs, but the current model sports a 12-inch QHD display so it is likely that its successor will most likely retain that form factor. It will also most likely feature next-gen Intel Core M chips, but other than that we can’t be too sure of what to expect.

There is also the rumored SM-W620 which has been speculated to be a smaller version of the SM-W720, although at 12-inches it is pretty small already, so we’re not sure how much smaller it could get without losing functionality. Either way take it with a grain of salt, but check back with us next week where hopefully we’ll have the details for you guys.

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