It has been reported for a couple of weeks now that Samsung has a new Windows 10-powered tablet in the pipeline. The company is expected to unveil this tablet at the Mobile World Congress 2017 later this month. It’s going to be the successor to the Galaxy TabPro S which is why the new tablet is reportedly going to be called the Galaxy TabPro S2. It appears that the LTE variant of this tablet has now received its Wi-Fi certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance.

Samsung is due to launch a successor to the Galaxy TabPro S so it would make sense for the company to do that at the Mobile World Congress 2017 later this month. The company is also expected to launch the Galaxy Tab S3 at this event.

As far as the specifications are concerned, the Galaxy TabPro S2 is expected to feature a 3.1Ghz Intel Core i5-7200U processor with 4GB of RAM, 128GB of SSD storage, a 13 megapixel rear camera and a 5 megapixel front shooter, a 12 inch Super AMOLED Quad HD resolution display, and a 5,070mAh battery.

The Galaxy TabPro S2 with model number SM-W727 has been spotted at the Wi-Fi Alliance. It has received the relevant certification from the Alliance which suggests that the launch may not be that far off.

We’ll have to wait and see if Samsung really does announce the Windows 10-powered Galaxy TabPro S2 at the Mobile World Congress 2017.

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