Joining the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro is the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro. Maintaining Samsung's tradition of never launching just the one tablet, the Tab comes in three sizes; 8.4-inch, 10.1-inch and 12.2-inch. It has the exact same specs as the Note Pro with Samsung's new Magazine UX UI - the only thing it doesn't have is the S-Pen.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro review: Size & Build
Available in three screen sizes (12.2-inch, 10.1-inch and 8.4-inch) the Tab Pro is the exact same design as the Note Pro with the faux-leather back. It feels reassuringly durable but we'e not the biggest fans of the new leather-look Samsung is sporting on all it's tablets.
Exterior buttons are minimal. There's the home button, volume rocker and that's it. There's no S Pen on the Tab Pro unlike the Note Pro. Article continues after the video.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro review: Features
The features on the Tab Pro are the exact same as those on the Note Pro apart from the lack of an S Pen. There's the new Samsung Magazine UX UI which has impressed with a more widget-like feel rather than app icons. It look and feels like a mix between HTC Sense and Windows Phone.
Onto the camera and on all three screen sizes you'll find an 8-megapixel camera on the back with 1080p video playback and a front-facing 2-megapixel camera. It's not ground-breaking but the few shots we took were good.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro review: Screen
As we've mentioned, it comes in three screen sizes at a resolution of 2560 x 1600. The smaller 8.4-inch version is a great size, feeling large enough to use for editing documents and checking emails but small enough to fit in a small bag or a suit jacket. The 12.2-inch is large and side-by-side you couldn't tell it apart from the Note Pro.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro review: Performance
The LTE version is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800MHz processor and the Wi-Fi version is powered by Samsung's own. During our brief play with the Wi-Fi version it was lightning fast and with Samsung hoping that this is the tablet for the business user it needs to be. RAM varies for the differing sizes with the 12.2-inch pulling in 3GB RAM and the other two, 2GB RAM.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro review: Battery
Again, it's the exact same as the Note Pro on and the specs are impressive with Samsung quoting 10 hours video playback. We'll have to wait and see on that one, though.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro review: Verdict
As with the Note Pro, what really impressed on the Tab Pro was the new Magazine UX UI, it's a very welcome change to the bog standard Android and ensures that the Tab and the Note are viable options for those looking for a tablet that does more than playback movies.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro release date: Before March 2014
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro price: TBC