By introducing the Galaxy TabPro, which is a premium tablet, Samsung has left behind the traditional Android interface for something more graphical and immediate.

The Galaxy TabPro comes with Android 4.4, which may not be evident at one look.

Samsung has replaced the TouchWiz interface with what Magazine UX, which is much more graphical as a user interface (UI), using widgets to make accessing information and apps much more immediate.

The NotePro is available in only one size – 12 inches and it comes with a stylus S Pen akin to its phablet namesake Galaxy Note 3.

The NotePro has been priced at around Rs 68,000 and it comes with a 1600 × 2560 screen along with an octa-core processor which is made up of four 1.9 GHz cores for intensive work and four 1.3 GHz cores for daily usage.

While the app icons are available, the default screen looks like that of Windows 8.1 along with the screen being segmented into tiles.

For example, the default home screen puts up a weather widget along the left edge while the right side is divided between a Flipboard widget at the top along with an array of frequently used applications below it.

Each widget in the device is interactive and the widget selection, size, placement and orientation can be customized. The user can create several widget-filled screens as well along with its own widgets and design.