Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (32GB, Black)

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (32GB, Black)

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
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At a Glance:
  • High-resolution, 12.2-inch display for lifelike detail
  • Watch movies, play games, browse the web, edit documents, and more
  • Android 4.4, KitKat OS
  • Samsung Exynos 5 Octa processor for exceptional performance
  • Up to 13 hours of battery life per charge
  • View all your favorite feeds and apps with Magazine Home
  • Easily multitask with up to four apps using Multi Window
  • S Pen allows you to take handwritten notes and access shortcuts
  • Includes Samsung e-Meeting, Hancom Office, and Samsung KNOX
  • Rear (8MP) and front (2MP) cameras for photos and video chat
  • 32 GB of on-board memory plus microSD slot

Vivid, Large Display for Immersive Entertainment

Extra-Large HD Display for Lifelike Detail

The Samsung Galaxy Note Pro features an extra-large, 12.2-inch 2560×1600 resolution screen with more than 4 million pixels. This means you’ll enjoy vivid color, rich graphics, and a stunningly clear display, whether you’re watching HD movies or getting work done. Weighing just 1.58 pounds, the Galaxy Note Pro is lightweight for easy portability and features a powerful Samsung Exynos 5 Octa processor for ultra-fast responsiveness.

Stay Productive with S Pen and Multitasking Features

Customize Your Tablet with Profiles, Dashboards, and More

Built into the Galaxy Note Pro is the Magazine Home feature, which lets you create customized dashboards on your screen, providing instant access to the apps and feeds that you use most. This provides an easy, convenient way to keep track of everything that’s important to you.

With the Multi Window feature, you can use up to four different applications side by side at one time. With a swipe of your thumb, access all your Multi Window apps and jump to your favorites without releasing your grip.

Take Handwritten Notes and More with the S Pen

Included with the Galaxy Note Pro is Samsung’s S Pen, which is a digital pen that allows you to jot down notes, phone numbers, search terms, contact information, and more right on the display. The S Pen offers precise control along with access to shortcuts to a wide range of S Pen functions.

Share Your Tablet with Multi User Mode

Great for sharing your tablet with family members, multi user mode lets different users log in separately, so you each see only your own apps, backgrounds, and email.

Functions As a Universal Remote Control

The Galaxy Note Pro has a built-in IR blaster, which allows you to use the tablet as a universal remote control. The Samsung WatchON feature lets you type in your zip code and cable provider to browse and search current TV listings and get personalized recommendations based on your viewing history.

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2

Take advantage of the included S Pen and the ability
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Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2

Add a full-size keyboard to stay productive on the go
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Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2

Samsung e-Meeting and Hancom Office business apps
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Business Features for Easy Collaboration

Increase Productivity with Business Apps and Full-Size Keyboard

With a full-size on-device keyboard and a suite of office applications, the Galaxy Note Pro makes it easy to get work done anywhere. Samsung e-Meeting lets you share your screen with coworkers and collaborate in real time–even when there’s no conference room or Wi-Fi available. Hancom Office Suite is new, but it feels unbelievably familiar. Powerful apps for word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations with support for common file types allow you to manage all your work on the go.

With wireless printing built right into each app and an optional keyboard dock, you’ll find you’re most productive when you’re on your tablet. Plus with the Samsung Mobile Print app, you can send your documents to any wireless printer easily.

The Galaxy Note Pro also includes Samsung KNOX, which helps keep sensitive information secure, and the Samsung Mobile Print app to send documents to any wireless printer.

Free Content with Galaxy Perks

Comes With Hulu Plus, Google Play Credit, and Dropbox Space

With Galaxy Perks, you’ll also receive free content and services, including a $25 Google Play credit, three months of Hulu Plus*, 50GB of Dropbox space, GoGo In-Flight internet access, and more.

*Available to new Hulu Plus customers only.
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What’s in the Box

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, S Pen, USB charging cable, wall adapter, and quick start guide.

Product Features

  • Android 4.4 Kit Kat OS, 1.9GHz Samsung Exynos 5 Octa processor
  • 32 GB Flash Memory, 3 GB RAM
  • 12.2-inch 2560×1600 WQXGA Display
  • Features Hancom Office, Multi Window (up to 4), Magazine UX, Remote PC, Sidesync
  • Enjoy over $800 of premium apps and services: $25 Google Play credit, 1 year of Gogo In-flight Wi-Fi® (up to 36 flights), 50GB Dropbox space for 2 years, and much more

3 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (32GB, Black)

  1. GumbyR1

    Not too big. great functionality for someone on the road or just at home 0

  2. C. Carmona

    One hell of a tablet another ex-Apple user here. I’ve been using my significant others ipad2 for years now, biding my time for something really nice/big (and with expandable memory!) to come out. I have been a Note 3 user since it was launched (previously iphone owner) so i knew what to expect from the tablet version of the Note series. originally i had my eyes set on the , after months of waiting and playing i decided to buy it but right before doing so I read of a possible 12″ model coming out in the following year so i decided another 6 weeks of waiting can’t hurt, and i am glad I big issue that annoyed me with the Note 10.1 2014 Edition (14E) was the ridiculous My Magazine app that just would not go away, constantly hogging system resources in the background even after forcing shut downs of the app. disabling the link to this app via the home button didn’t help, it would just keep running in the background. many times i would notice that the 14E was constantly using 1.5-1.7gb of memory even after factory resets, disabling apps and reboots. thankfully the Note Pro 12.2 (NP12) doesn’t have this issue as it hovers around 1.1gb-1.2gb of memory used after a reboot. even having pages of the magazine feeds and widgets running it still allocates memory usage better, and no My Magazine app!comparing both side by side was something that helped me make my decision final. both tablets are largely the same, hardware wise. some of the features that the NP12 has over the 14E is as follows:over 2 extra inches of real estate on the screen. this means writing on the NP12 with the stylus while in portrait mode is very much like writing on a real piece of 8.5×11 inch paper, or standard notebook paper if i may. thankfully the palm rejection does a great job of making sure only the stylus gets recognized for input (if you want that on). a 10 inch screen to me is just too small to comfortably write notes of any kind. do your research, this is a 12 inch tablet so don’t be surprised and don’t consider it a downside!bigger, longer lasting battery rated at 13 hours vs. the 14E’s 9 hours. I can squeeze 11 hours minimum of mixed use from the NP12 before plugging it in for a charge, depending on what apps i’m using and what the brightness/volume is set at. lots of gaming will exhaust the battery quickly, but simple reading pdfs, webpages, etc. is where it shines. one tip i have is to disable the vibration/haptic feedback and keyboard/stylus sounds as it really isn’t necessary. doing so will extended your battery life.the multitasking is fantastic, Multiview lets you run 4 apps on screen at once. sounds like overkill? to some it may not be necessary but it’s awesome! you can also resize the windows depending on where you need the most room on the screen. flipping through s-note, surfing dolphin browser, watching a movie and checking/writing email is productivity at it’s finest. the 14E supports up to 2 apps side by side while the NP12 supports 2, 3 or 4 apps. HOWEVER, there is a trick to have more than 4 apps open at once on the NP12, read on:*** SIDE NOTE: you can technically have up to 9 apps open on the same screen. first use multiwindow and load up whatever 4 apps you want on the screen, then use the s-pen’s “pen window” feature to draw a box and then pick an app to run in that box. the app loads up in the box you drew. it comes up as a floating window that can be resized, moved around on screen and also minimized to a floating “bubble” that you can move around anywhere you want. you can do this 5 times total. so 4 apps via multiwindow and 5 apps via pen window. the multiwindow apps are all joined on the main screen while the 5 pen window apps are single floating windows and can be minimized to a bubble to have them out of the way.the updated Magazine UX user interface is wonderful. don’t be scared of it, no it’s not like windows 8, it’s much better. after playing with it for a little while you’ll actually want to use it and set up multiple pages filled with your news, feeds, widgets. i did not think I would like the dashboard/widget style UI but on a screen this size, a bunch of icons does look odd – widgets are the way to go. the selection of news sources and feeds is staggering and the everyday widgets like email, calendar, hancom office, video, music, etc are very useful. i am spending more time reading articles than i thought i would. luckily the familiar android desktop is there with your standard icons and widgets. both types of home screens can be used at the same time.compared to the 14E the NP12 does come with less bloatware and it’s easier to disable or uninstall. for the 32gb model, pull it out of the box and you’ll have around 25gb of space to play with (depending on what apps you choose to keep/update or…

  3. Cody Bawden "MrFlankster"
    Cody Bawden "MrFlankster" says:

    Simply Amazing!! 0

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