Samsung won't be unveiling their flagship Galaxy S5 at CES 2014, but they will be unveiling a new range of Android tablets at the event in Las Vegas.
The Korean company are due to officially unveil the 4 new tablets later today, but we've already got our hands on images and details of the specification of Samsung's tablets.
Out of the 4 devices the most significant new arrival is the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (pictured above), which will be the first tablet to feature Samsung's acclaimed S-Pen interface. The stylus-based interface, which debuted on the Galaxy Note phablet, seems like the perfect match for an oversized tablet.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is the second of the new tablets and it'll be identical to the Note Pro 12.2 in everyway, apart from the omission of Samsung's S-Pen interface. Both will have 3GB of RAM, 32GB or 64GB of storage and whopping 9,500mAh batteries.
According to well-known tipster EVLeaks all 4 of Samsung's new tablets will have displays running at 2560x1600 resolutions, 8 mega-pixel rear-facing camera, front-facing 2 mega-pixel snappers and either a Snapdragon 800 (4G LTE model) or Exynos 5 octa-core processor (WiFi/3G models).
The two other new Samsung tablets are the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 (pictured above) and the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4. They'll pack in slightly less RAM (2GB), have either 16 or 32GB of onboard memory and smaller 8,220mAh and 4,800mAh batteries respectively.
Samsung will officially unveil their new range of tablets later today and we'll bring you the full details as soon as we get them.
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