Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Rumored to Get Announced at MWC 2017 – Price and Specs List Detailed Here
From the performance metrics that we’ve been hearing about the Galaxy Tab S3, looks like Samsung really wants to introduce a faster a premium slate to the masses. According to the latest rumor, Samsung might not be making an appearance at the MWC 2017 trade show, but that’s because instead of a Galaxy S8 announcement, the tech firm might be gearing up to release something else.
Galaxy Tab S3 Is Said to Get Announced at the MWC 2017 Trade Show – Price Slightly Steep But You Get What You Pay for Right?
Galaxy Tab S3 is said to feature a Snapdragon 820, and it is understandable why Samsung didn’t incorporate a Snapdragon 835 inside its upcoming flagship slate. Complementing the processor will be 4GB of RAM and we’ll also get to see 32GB of onboard storage. While that is a minuscule amount of storage for a premium-priced slate, you should see a MicroSD card opening to allow for further storage expansion. The screen size according to the leak is 9.6 inches when measured diagonally.
The tablet is said to come with Samsung’s ‘tried and tested’ Super AMOLED display and if we’re not asking for too much, it would be wonderful to see if the manufacturer could port its DeX dock functionality into the tablet. We realize that the feature is going to be compatible with the Galaxy S8, but that should not mean that consumers possessing an affinity of Android tablets should not get to experience the same level of functionality. If you want to check out the rumored hardware specifications and pricing of the Galaxy Tab S3, they have been listed below.
Rumored Specifications of the Galaxy Tab S3
- LTE and Wi-Fi variants will be announced
- 9.6-inch screen size
- 2048 x 1536 resolution with Super AMOLED display
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC
- 4GB of RAM
- 12-megapixel camera rear camera
- Android 7.0 Nougat
- 5.6mm thickness
- Rumored price tag: $599 (most likely for the Wi-Fi-only model)
For its rumored price tag, do you think the specifications are adequate? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments.
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