The official announcement comes just hours after the retail availability of the Galaxy Note Pro leaked on Office Depot, reported by Android Police, listing Feb. 13 as the release date. The price of the 12.2-inch tablet with 64GB of storage is $849.99, and the 32GB version is $749.99, making them some of the most expensive Android tablets you can buy.The Galaxy Tab Pro has the same large-size screen but lacks the accompanying S Pen stylus. It also comes in multiple screen sizes: The 12.2-inch is $649.99 for 32GB, the 10.1-inch is $499.99 for 16GB, and the 8.4-inch is $399.99 for 16GB. You can pre-order both the Note Pro and Tab Pro now, although the Tab Pro won't ship until March. They'll both come in black or white.Samsung unveiled the new "Pro" versions of its Note and Tab tablets at CES in January. Besides big screens, the Pro tablets also boast more pixels Besides big screens, the Pro tablets also boast more pixels (with 2,560 x 1,600 displays), 3GB of RAM, support for 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Android 4.4 "KitKat." They also include a Remote PC app that lets users access and control their home or office Windows PC from the tablet.Samsung positions its Galaxy Tab line as a "consumption" device, with extras like an infrared port and special software so owners can use it as a TV remote control. The Galaxy Note tablets include all the features of the Tab but also include the S Pen along with several apps that support it, such as S Note. Both tablets can run multiple apps simultaneously, each in a different window on the screen.Both tablets will also be available in Wi-Fi + LTE versions. Samsung didn't specify exactly when those would be available, but it did say that Verizon would be the first carrier to offer them, and it would be sometime in the winter. Typically, carrier partners announce the availability of devices with a cellular connection.
Culled from Mashable