Three Suprising Features Of Samsung's Powerful Galaxy Tab S3
Android tablets and tablets, in general, are not that hot sellers they once were. Cheaper Windows laptops, Chromebooks have, and phablet-size phones have all eaten into tablet sales. Samsung has launched a few budget tablets, which do still sell at reasonable prices. It's not done with premium tablets, though. Samsung is coming to MWC with a new device, most likely the high-end Galaxy Tab S3. There are plenty of leaks tooSamsung has officially confirmed a press conference for MWC 2017 next month, which would be the perfect opportunity to announce the long-awaited Galaxy Tab S3. The Tab S3 will be a powerful device on-par with the Galaxy S7. We don't have all the specs yet, but the leak is fairly thorough. Here are three features why you should consider getting Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.
Samsung Tab S3 Will Be More Powerful And Turbo Fast Than Ever
According to a source, a report from GFXBench is said that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with massive of 4GB of RAM. Samsung used Exynos for the Tab S2 but it is not clear whether it will do the same for the new device, but surely the Tab S3 is more powerful and faster compared to its predecessor.
Samsung Tab S3 Will Be Running The Latest Android Software
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will launch with the latest treat from Google which is the Android 7.0 Nougat straight out of the box. The software will undoubtedly feature Samsung's TouchWiz interface on top, and it more likely feature several new features compared to the Galaxy Tab S2.
Samsung Tab S3 Will Come With A Mighty Stylus
According to the reports, one of the exciting new features of Samsung Tab S3 is that a stylus would gear the tablet more toward power users and challenge the iPad, the current category leader, at the higher end. Apple iPad Pro and Microsoft Surface Pro work with their own styluses, but you have to buy them separately. Accessories are also expected for the Samsung Tab S3, such as a keyboard and also a cover case.
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