Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2014-03-30
Updated on:Oct 23, 2014
Best Price: Rs. 57,899 - Rs. 69,430 See prices from 3 sellers »
Marvellously crafted tablet delivering brilliance
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 Tablet (Black, 2G, Wi-Fi, 3G)
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Rs. 56,790.00 1 Variants
Samsung Galaxy Note Pro P9010 | White
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Samsung Galaxy Note Neo P9010 Black (12.2 Inches)
3-4 Working Days
Rs. 69,430.00 1 Variants
Samsung Note Pro P9010
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Samsung 64GB Galaxy Note Pro 12.2\" Tablet (Wi-Fi Only, Black)
Overall Expert Rating (4.5 Out of 5 based on 2 ratings)
“Taking Samsung’s largest (and costliest) tablet through its paces” Nobody knows product extensions better than the Korean behemoth Samsung. Within just five years of the inception of its Android-toting Galaxy devices, the number of products in the range have literally spawned a galaxy spread across different screen sizes and price points. The brand can also be credited with single-handedly starting the phablet revolution with the Galaxy No...
Pros: Large, high-resolution screen; Powerful hardware; S Pen functionality; Premium software;
Cons: Unwieldy to use as compared to smaller tablets; No kickstand; Average camera quality; Pricey; Specs at a glance Dimensions295.5 x 204 x 8mmWeight753gDisplay12.1-inchDisplay resolution2,560 x 1,600 pixelsProcessor1.9GHz quad-core + 1.3GHz quad-core Exynos
Verdict: At the asking price of Rs 64,900, the Galaxy NotePRO isn’t cheap by any means. But when you put it against run-of-the-mill tablets, then the capabilities offered by the slate aren’t available in most of them. Samsung has left no stones unturned i...
The clue\'s in the name. With its huge screen and matching price the Samsung Galaxy Pro is not for lightweights. It styles itself as nothing less than a desktop replacement in tablet form. But can it walk it like it talks it? Full review...