Samsung Galaxy Tab S3: Release Date, Specs, and Updates
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has been the subject of all the rumors ever since the beginning of this year. One said that it would be released September. However, it turned out to be false since no Galaxy tab S3 was released. Based on the things that happened within the company, rumors also said that it will not be available until the first quarter of 2017.
According to GSM Arena, the new tablet is expected to come in two variants. However, no information on the specs, pricing or release date of the Galaxy Tab S3 has been leaked. The only aspect most agrees with it would be relatively high-powered than the existing Android tablets in the market.
Tech Radar reported a leaked picture which gives people idea regarding the new tablet. From a design perspective, it looks much similar to the Galaxy Tab S2. The home button is available at the bottom of the front screen. The 4:3 display ratio is maintained and its plastic back as well for the new tablet.
According to reliable sources, Samsung Galaxy S3 tablets will measure around 8.0 for the smaller model, while 9.7 will be for the larger model. In addition, these are referred to as premium tablets that you can ever buy in the Android world. Thus, the pricing might go a bit higher than the usual.
The camera will be at 8-megapixel for the rear camera, while 2-megapixel for the front-facing shooter. The changing ports of these devices are also expected to be Micro-USB ready rather than a USB-C design. Samsung has already made the the switch to USB-C with the Galaxy Note 7. That's why we're convinced the Galaxy Tab S3 will make the switch too.
The battery will be at 4,000mAh for the 8.0 model, while the 9.7 model will be at 5,870mAh. Along with this great update, it will come with fast-charging features.
Despite the release of Android 7.0 Nougat ahead of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 release date, the preferred OS for Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is Android Marshmallow. Of course, it should can be updated anytime soon after its official release.
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