In Samsung's invitation for its press event for the upcoming Mobile World Congress, the South Korean tech company teases its latest iPad rival with what could possibly be the Galaxy Tab S3. On the invite (or picture), a silhouette of a tablet can be seen with Samsung's signature home button.
The Galaxy Tab S3 is the successor to the Galaxy Tab S2. According to leaks and rumors, the new and upcoming Galaxy Tab S3 will feature a 9.6-inch display with a screen resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. It will run on Android 7.0 Nougat and will be packed with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chipset (a mystery that many tech enthusiasts wonder even though there is already a Snapdragon 821 chipset available in the market). It will have a RAM storage capacity of 3GB and a 12 MP rear camera.
There are also other sources claiming more information about the device's specs and features. One source claim that it will have a 5MP front camera and another source also claims that the retail price of this device could be around $600.
According to ZDNet, Samsung has confirmed earlier that a teaser for the Galaxy S8 smartphone will be shown during the Mobile World Congress, but will not be officially announced. Most likely, the teaser video will only highlight the key features of the Galaxy S8.
Speaking about the "key features" of the Galaxy S8, what could it be? Will it be its design, the new AMOLED technology that was featured on the two videos which many initially thought was the Galaxy S8 (or close to it), Samsung's virtual assistant Bixby, or the rumored Beast Mode?
There are so many things that still remain a mystery as to this day regarding the Galaxy S8's actual specs and features. On the brighter side, at least people will finally have a glimpse of what really are the key features of this highly anticipated smartphone.