Could the Galaxy Note and Tab Pro Tablets Go On Sale on February 14th?

Back at CES earlier this month, Samsung began their year of dominating the tablet market by announcing 4 new tablets. There's the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4, 10.1 and 12.2 along with the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2. Samsung did reveal when they would launch these devices or the pricing, but we did know it would be launching in the first quarter of the year.

Now RootzWiki is reporting from their own sources, that all four tablets will be going on sale February 14th. Now, as always we'll be taking this with a grain of salt. But we've also got some prices for both the WiFi and LTE versions of these tablets. The Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 WiFi  model is supposedly going for â‚¬389, with the LTE model hitting about â‚¬519. Next up is the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1, the WiFi model is said to cost â‚¬479 and the LTE model about â‚¬609. Then there's the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2, which the WiFi model is said to be â‚¬649 and the LTE model at â‚¬749. Finally we have the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 which has the WiFi model at â‚¬749 and the LTE model at â‚¬849.

Now obviously we don't know what they'll cost here in the states, although we did see some leaks earlier that suggested that the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 LTE would be around $1500. So I wouldn't count on getting the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 LTE for under a grand. Especially considering it's size and the specs.

Remember the Galaxy Tab and Note Pro's all have a 2560x1600 resolution display and the WiFi models sport the Exynos 5 Octa processors with the LTE models being Snapdragon 800's since the Exynos chips don't support LTE. It's interesting that they are launching these on Valentine's day. Wonder how many people will be picking one up for Valentine's Day next month? Be sure to let us know in the comments below if you're interested in picking up one of Samsung's new Pro tablets. And what you think of this alleged pricing.

Source: RootzWiki

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