Galaxy Tab S3 Press Image Might Be Leaked – Keyboard Dock Accessory Looks Ideal for a Tablet
Galaxy Tab S3 might be the first premium-designed tablet from Samsung that is also intended to provide users a near-notebook replacement. Seeing as how it is running Android and will offer users a huge library of apps, we’re inclined to say that it could be a very successful approach from Samsung. We are stating this because the latest press render of the tablet has been leaked and it is shown pictured with its keyboard accessory so there are a few things about this accessory that separate it from the rest of the pack.
Keyboard Accessory Pictured With Galaxy Tab S3 Looks Like to Be of Very High Quality and Looks Like It Can Deliver a Higher Key Travel
The keyboard accessory is something that will definitely catch our and your eyes and though it might not feature a number pad, what else can you expect from an accessory that’s going to be attached to a 9.7-inch tablet. From the looks of it, the keys are positioned at a decent distance from the surface of the actual keyboard, meaning that key travel could be higher than that of the other keyboard accessories that you guys have seen, such as on the iPad Pro and Surface Pro 4.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 w/ keyboard. pic.twitter.com/jS41A4LRrf
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What this means is that the typing experience for the user is going to feel similar like typing on an actual notebook, though you will still need to get used to the Android ecosystem when executing keyboard shortcuts. However, pairing a Bluetooth mouse with the entire machine will result in you getting your notebook replacement. There aren’t any side image shots of the render, so we do not know right now if the accessory is going to be touting any different ports for improved expansion.
However, what we do know is that rumored price tag of the Galaxy Tab S3 is $599 and that’s probably for the 32GB model, which does not include a keyboard accessory. Still, you will be getting the S Pen and that still counts for a lot these days. Would you be excited to see this tablet at the MWC 2017 trade show? Let us know your thoughts right away.