As expected, the main difference between the two tablets is the inclusion of the S Pen—Samsung's Wacom digitizer—which is reserved for the Galaxy NotePro. Like the company's other Note products, the S Pen is accompanied by a number of software features, like Air Command and a variety of note taking and drawing apps. The company's new tablets will ship with Android 4.4 KitKat and will include the faux-leather backing originally used on the Galaxy Note 3.
Samsung will also give its new tablet owners free, limited subscriptions to services such as Bloomberg Businessweek+, Dropbox, Evernote, and NY Times.
Samsung also announced 10.1-inch and 8.4-inch versions of the Galaxy TabPro, all of which will be available starting this quarter. Pricing for Samsung's four new tablets has yet to be announced.
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