Over the years, tablets have generally started to gain a bigger and bigger following. And as one of the largest tech companies in the world, Samsung is helping lead the development of this piece of technology. Unwilling to let go of this title, the Korean company is going all out for the upcoming Galaxy Tab S3, which is expected to arrive within the next quarter.
According to IBTimes AU, the device is expected to be announced at the MWC 2017, which is scheduled for March. However, there are market players that believe the Galaxy Tab S3 will be unveiled as early as January 2017. Despite the closeness of its release, the device is still estimated to come with some pretty impressive and modern specifications.
Apparently, the device will arrive with either an Exynos chipset or a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, as well as an AMOLED display, which Samsung has been fitting into all its flagships. Furthermore, the Galaxy Tab S3 is expected to arrive with two storage options - 32GB and 64GB - both of which will run on at least 4GB of RAM. The tablet will also come preinstalled with the latest Android 7.0 Nougat.
Some reports indicate that there will be two variants of the device. One, which will come with just Wifi connection, and another that will hate LTE connectivity. Other than this, both options are expected to be fitted with the same specifications and design. Both variants will come with a 9.7 inch tablet.
As GSM Arena reports, the Galaxy Tab S3 was recently seen on Zauba, which as a website that tracks India's exports and imports. The site did not list down the device's exact specifications, but it did note one important feature - its price. According to the publication, the price was listed as INR34,140, which is around US$505. Although, this is likely to change.