Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 (32GB, Black)

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  • At you can purchase Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 (SM-T900) 32GB Black Wi-Fi Android Widescreen Tablet for only $191.37, which is 57% less than the cost in Amazon ($449.00).
  • The lowest price of Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 4G LTE Tablet, Black 12.2-Inch 32GB (AT&T) was obtained on June 18, 2021 1:50 pm.
Last updated on June 18, 2021 1:50 pm


  • 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

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Price history for Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 (SM-T900) 32GB Black Wi-Fi Android Widescreen Tablet
Latest updates:
  • $191.37 - June 18, 2021
  • $185.28 - April 16, 2021
Since: April 16, 2021
  • Highest Price: $191.37 - June 18, 2021
  • Lowest Price: $185.28 - April 16, 2021

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Specification: Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 (32GB, Black)

Model Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro
Features Bluetooth, Built-In Front Camera, Built-in Microphone
Maximum Resolution
color Black
Operating System
connectivity Bluetooth, Headphone Jack
Network ,
Series Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2
Storage Capacity (GB)
Internet Connectivity
Type Wi-Fi
Processor Speed (GHz)
Screen Size (in)

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3 reviews for Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 (32GB, Black)

3.3 out of 5
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  1. T. J. Watt

    The tablet is definitely big, as others point out. Not a one-handed device by any means. However, I think it’s the perfect size for reading/editing PDFs and taking notes – especially if you’re drawing sketches or writing down equations (I do scientific research and mechanical engineering work). The screen is about the same size as a piece of paper, and the built-in S-pen and “S Note” app are great for note taking. I’m using this as a research notebook, so that aspect is critical.The screen is gorgeous – no complaints other than it’s reflective so glare can be an issue if you’re not using an aftermarket screen protector. Speakers are good (for a tablet). Sound through my Klipsch earphones is great, on par with my Nexus 5. The CPU is fast enough for most of what I do, though it will start to slow down if you don’t clear your apps periodically (which the built-in task manager makes easy to do). The built-in Hancent Office is one of the better Android office apps from what I can tell – it’ll do just about anything except edit equations easily. Battery life is great, both on 4G and Wi-Fi, and it doesn’t run hot like the MS surface tablets are rumored to. Download speeds and multi-tab browsing are on par with my work laptop (currently using Chrome).The ability to have multiple apps on screen at the same time is a huge deal as well, though the implementation is a little weird. Regardless, this makes some work tasks possible that are really difficult to do with other Android devices. I’ll use this in “laptop” mode with a Logitech bluetooth mouse and keyboard, and that works okay though sometimes the mouse will stop responding for a few seconds (don’t know which hardware to blame yet). This is probably the closest you can get to a laptop replacement without going to a MS surface device. It’s still a bit clunky, but a lot of that is due to the apps and not necessarily the device.There is a fair amount of AT&T/Samsung bloatware, but you can disable pretty much all of that. I’ll probably root the device at some point so I can use Titanium Backup to do some more tweaking. Side loading apps is easy. Make sure you use a decent anti-virus/malware app (I use ESET).Note that you do NOT get any of the Samsung “perks” for this model. There is a LONG list of freebie apps and Dropbox space you get with the “Pro” tablet, but ONLY for the Wi-Fi or Verizon models. I guess that’s my mistake for not digging through the fine print. Yet another reason to stay away from AT&T (I’m using Straight Talk wireless for my 4G service anyway).

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  2. Lloyd

    I love this. I do Flooring Sales and design and use this to draw up floor layouts while in clients homes. An iPad would never have the accuracy this does. I can write very clearly on this and it is the closest to writing on paper I’ve experienced. The battery life is phenomenal and easily gets me through the day. The multi screen is great because I can use Google Play music, navigation (Google Maps) at the same time for car use. I’ve owned ipad and even bought a surface pro and this blows the surface away because it never crashes like the surface. I bought a keyboard cover and this can function like a laptop also. I use TeamViewer and can log into any of my PCs and have full functionality. It is great!

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  3. Jennifer Powley

    I got it then right after I set it up it started restart over and over again then nothing. So I send it back to get my money.

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