This will follow up on existing products like the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) that we reviewed earlier this week. There will be a larger Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (SM-P900/P905) with a 12.2-inch display, possibly to compete against the rumored 12.9-inch iPad Pro from Apple. This is quite different than how Dell is using the "Pro" name in its lineup; Dell designates Pro devices to be Windows, whereas the non-Pro devices are Android. In Samsung's case, it should be all Android-based. The Note Pro 12.2 is expected to launch in early February.
Also a part of the "Pro" series will be the 8.4-inch Galaxy Tab Pro (SM-T320/T325) and the 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab Pro (SM-T520/T525). All of the pro tablets will be offered in WiFi-only and cellular (LTE) variants (hence the dual model numbers), coming with at least 16GB of internal storage. In the case of the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, there should be a 32GB option as well. You can expect both the 8.4-inch and 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab Pro tablets to launch in February as well.
And finally, bringing up the rear is a "Lite" version of the Galaxy Tab 3. Appropriately dubbed the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (SM-T110/T-111), the affordable tablet will come in WiFi or 3G with prices starting at under 100 (around $136). It'll be the first to arrive, according to the leaked reports, hitting shelves in the second week of January.