Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 With S Pen Gets Its First Leaked Photo

Samsung has confirmed already that it's not going to unveil the Galaxy S8 at the Mobile World Congress 2017 later this month. But, the company is going to conduct a press event at MWC 2017 and will be revealing something new. It's most likely going to be the Galaxy Tab S3, a new flagship Android tablet, and recent leaks have suggested that it's going to come with an S Pen. A leaked Galaxy Tab S3 photo appears to confirm that possibility.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Will Come Along With S Pen

Samsung is reportedly going to ship an S Pen alongside with the Galaxy Tab S3. Past reports mentioned that it won't provide a Note-like experience because there won't actually be a place in the tablet to keep the stylus. You'll have to bring and care for it separately, which means that the stylus will get easily lost as long as you're not using a case with the tablet which has a separate place to hold the S Pen.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Specs And Features

The Galaxy Tab S3 will be fueled by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, unfortunately, not the latest 821, with a whopping of 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of expandable storage. The screen will be similar to previous Tab S models, a 9.7-inch Super AMOLED 2048×1536 panel. For the cameras, a 12-megapixel main camera complemented by a 5-megapixel front shooter for selfies. Unlike the previous models, it is believed that there will be no other size configurations for the tablet, so there will only be one, definite Galaxy Tab S3.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Price And Availability

The Galaxy Tab S3 will surely provide more functionality if it does have support for the S Pen. Consumers will be able to do so much more on their tablets. It would also make the Galaxy Tab S3 a fascinating option for those who are looking to upgrade from the Galaxy Note Tab. We expect the tablet will come in a variety of different colors and the price will start at around $580 USD. Samsung will hold its MWC event on later this month.


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