Both the Galaxy TabPro S and the Surface Pro 4 are two powerful hybrid tablets, which can make it difficult for people to choose which one would be best for them.
The Galaxy TabPro S was released to the public in fall 2015, running Windows 10 Pro; Surface Pro 4 was unveiled during the 2016 CES event and will make its way the market relatively soon. Both tablets are connectable to a first-party keyboard. Samsung includes this in their box. Microsoft sells the Type Cover for $130.
Here’s a closer look at both tablets’ specifications:
The Surface Pro 4 has a measurement of 290.3×198.8×6.3mm with a weight of 786 grams, and it’s encased in magnesium. The Galaxy TabPro S has a magnesium frame with a plastic back, making it lighter and thicker and it’s got a measurement of 292.1×201.4×8.4mm with a weight of 696 grams.
The Galaxy TabPro S has a small screen, measuring just 12 inches with a low resolution of 2160×1440 pixels and 216ppi. The Surface Pro 4, on the other hand, has a slightly bigger screen at 12.3 with a resolution ability of 2636×1824 and 267ppi.
RAM, Processor, and Storage
When it comes to the Surface Pro 4, it’s equipped with the Intel Core i7 dual-core processor, Intel Core i5 or the Intel Core m3. It can be found with 4GB, 8GB and 16GB of RAM, with an internal storage capacity of 1 TB, 512GB, 256GB or 128GB.
As for the TabPro S, it’s equipped with the Intel Core m3 dual-core processor with 4GB of RAM and two internal storage types to choose from: 256GB or 128GB.
The rear camera on the Surface Pro 4 is 8MP; the secondary one has 5MP. The TabPro S’s primary and secondary cameras are 5MP.
The Galaxy TabPro S has a powerful 5200 mAh battery whereas the Pro 4 only has a 5087 mAh battery capacity.
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