The Galaxy Tab S3 Will Come In Silver And Bundled With S-Pen, All For $600
The Galaxy Tab S3 has started leaking some good months ago but it was just recently that its launch date has been confirmed. This next-gen Samsung tablet will be appearing at the Mobile World Congress 2017 and as of today, more leaks have been released for the Tab S3.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Latest Leak
As of recent news, Samsung won't be releasing an 8-inch model for the Tab S3. This means that the upcoming model won't need to go by the "Galaxy Tab S3 9.7" moniker. Needless to say, if the S3 name stands for three S, the first "S" would be associated with the S-Pen. The second "S" will be the new Silver variant and the third "S" will be the tablet's six-hundred dollar price tag.
It's worth noting however that the new Tab S3 itself won't have room for the S Pen, so it won't exactly be a total Note 7 alternative for reluctant recall participants. Nevertheless, the pen accessory is still a good addition, especially for people who rely so much on tablets for their work. Overall, things are looking good for the Tab S3. It seems like Samsung is finally giving the long-awaited upgrades that its tablet needs.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Specs Roundup
As per Sam Mobile, the new Tab S3 is expected to be LTE-enabled and comes with Gigabit WLAN and Bluetooth 4.2. Additionally, this device will have a 9.7-inch display with a 2048x1536 pixel resolution. It will then be powered by the powerful Snapdragon 820 processor. Furthermore, there will be 4 GB worth of RAM accompanied by a 5 MP/12 MP camera combo. If you're one of the people who are excited to see the new Samsung tablet, know that the wait is almost over. Rumor has it that the Galaxy Tab S3 will be the star of Samsung's upcoming Mobile World Congress conference.
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