Samsung had quite a devastating past months this year, but the company plans to roll back in 2017 with a new series of not just Galaxy phones, but also with Galaxy tabs. In that case, the brand new products will help the company recover its former glory. According to the latest reports, the company is set to launch its latest tablet flagship device — the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 — sometime around the first quarter of next year, 2017. This is certainly good news for the avid users of the Samsung tablet lineup as the company failed to release the highly awaited follow-up later this year.
According to a report from Christian Today, a lot of Samsung fans were initially expecting the launch of the new Galaxy Tab S3 back in September during the company's annual launch event. However, the device was absent from the event, which left fans wondering when the device would be coming out. Speculations abound that the company may have intentionally delayed the release of the new tablet in order to further update its specs.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Specs
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is expected to run on Exynos 8890 paired with the amazing graphics technology of Adreno 510 GPU. The tab will also run on a sizable amount of RAM and internal storage. However, no solid reports have revealed whether the new tablet flagship will have an extended storage capacity through microSD or not.
GSM Arena said that Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will arrive in two variations. However, this has yet to be confirmed by the company itself. In the meantime, you have to stay tuned for more news and updates with regard to the development and release of Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Price
Samsung is currently giving out discounts for the current Galaxy Tab iteration, which has an 8-inch display. Although the company has been known to offer discounts and price cuts, the recent offering appears to be a preparation for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. It is definitely interesting especially the amount of discount Samsung is giving out as fans can now get the Galaxy Tab S2 for $250, which is more than a hundred dollar off from its $399 original price, as per GameNGuide reports.