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Samsung Galaxy Tab S Pro leaks

Samsung may have just revealed the name of an upcoming tablet. According to database info, the Galaxy Tab S Pro could be heading our way soon.

The device is listed in the changelog for the latest update to Samsung’s Milk Music app in the Google Play Store. SamMobile spotted it. It appears alongside the Galaxy Tab S (pictured), and Galaxy Note Pro 12.2.

The Galaxy Tab S is Samsung’s best attempt yet to take on the iPad Air. It’s a super slim slate and comes in 8.4- and 10.5-inch versions. The Galaxy Tab S Pro would most likely be Samsung’s take on the much-rumoured iPad Pro, which is said to have a screen of around 12 inches.

It probably won’t have a stylus though, seeing as it’s not a Galaxy Note device.

It could have a Super AMOLED display like the Galaxy Tab S. That would look pretty spectacular at bigger than 12 inches.

There’s no other inkling as to what to expect. One thing’s for sure, it won’t be cheap.

We’re expecting it to make an appearance at Mobile World Congress at the start of March.

Read more: Alleged Samsung Galaxy S6 cases out potential design tweak

This isn’t the first time Samsung has accidentally leaked one of its own products. In a video for its My Knox app, it let slip images of a mystery handset that many believe is the Galaxy S6. That too should make its debut at Mobile World Congress.

Samsung may also rein itself in when it comes to in-house apps like S Voice and S Translator.

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