A giant banner on the Las Vegas Convention Center has outed two new Samsung products ahead of the South Korean electronic maker’s press conference at the huge 2014 International CES tech trade show this afternoon.
Engadget spotted the ad, which depicts the Galaxy Note Pro and also mentions the Galaxy Tab Pro. Beside the pictured stylus and SIM card slots, the ad is scant on information, but early Galaxy Note Pro rumors suggest it’s a 12.2-inch tablet, which would make it Samsung’s largest tablet yet.
The Tab Pro, meanwhile, is rumored to be a tablet coming in two sizes: 8.4 inches and 10.1 inches.
How the “Pro” models differ from previous Samsung tablets is unclear, although the pictured software appears to feature Windows Phone-style tile layout. Older versions of TouchWiz — Samsung’s front-end touch interface for phones and tablets — have previously featured a grid of icons.
We expect an official unveiling of both products at Samsung’s CES press conference, which kicks off today at 2 PM Pacific. Stay tuned for more details.
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