Samsung Tab S3: Glorious Specs Dubbed As iPad Pro Killer At MWC 2017

At MWC 2017, Samsung revealed a new flagship tablet called the Galaxy Tab S3. The latest device is said to bring "enhanced mobile entertainment experience" to users with glorious specs that can support 4K definition video and an enhanced graphics chip for gaming. The Korean technology giant is all set to challenge Apple's iPad Pro.

Samsung Tab S3 Specs To Challenge Apple's iPad Pro

The Tab S3 features a 9.7-inch 1536 x 2048 Super AMOLED display for brighter, richer colors. Powered by a quad-core Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor, it is equipped with 4GB of RAM. Also, it comes with 32Gb of built-in storage and a microSD card slot for expansion up to 256GB in size. Moreover, there's an optional 4G/LTE with download speeds of up to 300Mbits/sec on the cards. Under the hood is a massive 6,000mAh battery that promises to stay up to 12 hours of video playback per charge.

As for the camera concerns, which looks promising, Galaxy Tab S3 sports a 13-megapixel autofocus snapper on the rear capable of shooting 4K video and a 5-megapixel front shooter for selfies with a front-mounted fingerprint reader. The Samsung Tab S3 is said to be the first Galaxy tablet to feature quad stereo speakers tuned by AKG by HARMAN for premium visual and listening experiences.

Samsung Tab S3 Designed For Gamers

The Samsung Tab S3 is optimized for heavy mobile gaming including Vulkan API for superior graphics and Game Launcher for an improved user interface and personalized gaming experience, as well as modes like Do Not Disturb for uninterrupted gameplay. It comes with an improved S-Pen, with features like Screen Off Memo, allowing one to jot down notes without turning the screen on or launching an app. It is noteworthy that the Galaxy Tab S3 lets users to be more productive, creative, and do numerous things at once. The Samsung tablet S3 is designed to keep users stay connected with fast-charging and extended battery life


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