avatarby John CallahamDecember 30, 20160 comments

As we quickly approach the start of the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, more rumors and reports are popping up on what new devices and services might be revealed at the massive event. One of the latest such reports claims that Samsung could announce two brand new Windows 10 tablets at CES 2017.

The story comes from the normally reliable SamMobile, which says that one of these two rumored tablets will have the model number of SM-W720. That could mean the company is planning to launch a successor to its earlier 12-inch Samsung Galaxy TabPro S tablet, which has the model number SM-W700. The Galaxy TabPro S is a 2-in-1 Windows 10 tablet similar to Microsoft’s Surface Pro, with a detachable keyboard.

The second tablet will have the model number SM-W620, if this article is correct. SamMobile suggests the model number indicates this product will be a smaller version of the SM-W720, perhaps with lower-end hardware inside.

As with all rumors that have not been officially confirmed, take this latest one with the appropriate grain of salt. However, we would not be surprised to see Samsung launch new Windows 10 products at CES 2017. Stay tuned as we will have first-hand reports from the show starting early next week.