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You know that mystery upcoming Samsung Galaxy Book with Windows 10? It's still cryptic and enigmatic, but it's definitely got LTE and an S Pen.
We're rounding up every rumor concerning every confirmed major MWC 2017 exhibitor, including the likes of LG, Samsung, Nokia, BlackBerry and Motorola.
We know almost everything about the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 now, and almost nothing about the Windows-running Galaxy Book.
The fast-approaching Samsung Galaxy TabPro S2 probably means business, Intel Core i5 Kaby Lake processing power, keyboard support and all.
At least two new Windows 10 convertible tablets should break cover at MWC 2017 later this month - Samsung's Galaxy TabPro S2 and the Huawei MateBook 2.
The fast-approaching Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 might be the first of its kind to come with an S Pen bundled in, looking for an extra touch of productivity.
It's not too late for Samsung to unveil a Windows 10-powered Galaxy TabPro S2 (at MWC?), then likely release the 2-in-1 device on Verizon with LTE.
Looking forward to Samsung's predictable Galaxy TabPro S2 announcement at CES 2017? What if there are actually two Windows 10 tablets in the pipeline?
The oft-delayed Android-based Galaxy Tab S3 is reportedly delayed again, while the Galaxy TabPro S Gold Edition has arrived with little warning.
Too early for a Samsung Galaxy TabPro S2 launch? Not at CES 2017 in January, as that's when the original model will turn one.
The new Huawei MateBook and Samsung Galaxy TabPro S seem very similar in a lot of ways. Find out how they're different and which one might be more likely to replace your laptop.
Everybody's trying to sell a "tablet that can replace your laptop" these days. Find out why Samsung's Galaxy TabPro S should be on your list of possible laptop and tablet replacements.
With Galaxy TabPro S sales getting started this week, Samsung takes on Microsoft in the 2-in-1 tablet market.
Our team coverage of CES 2016 continues with the Pocketnow Weekly podcast featuring our largest on-the-ground crew in Las Vegas ever.
Can the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S actually contend the Microsoft Surface Pro 4? Sure, even though it seems a bit overpriced, at €1,000 in Germany.