Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Latest News & Updates: Samsung Teases Tablet, May Get Unveiled At MWC On Feb. 26
Feb 01, 2017 08:26 AM EST
The South Korean firm is silently brewing on launching an altogether different type of device at the forthcoming MWC while almost everyone is all hyped-up on waiting for one of the most talked-about smartphones in 2017 from the tech behemoth Samsung Electronics. Rumor has it that the company is preparing to unveil Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.
Citing a Korean news source, SamMobile has reported that Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is all slated to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, ahead of Samsung Galaxy S8. This is coincided with Samsung's latest invites to the media for its press event at the said occassion on Feb. 26 at 7PM local time (CET).
The much-awaited follow up to Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is expected to come with 9.6-inch display with a resolution of 2048 X 1536 pixels. In addition, the upcoming tablet will be sporting a 12-megapixel (MP) rear camer while its front-facing snapper is going to be equipped with a 5MP sensor.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is also going to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and will be supported by a reliable 4GB of random access memory (RAM) and a 32GB of internal storage. An Android Nougat out of the box is also expected to be included. GSMArena has also shared that the device will sport LTE and Wi-Fi variants respectively.
Meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has just been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), indicating that its launching is indeed imminent, as per Tech Radar. The listing was spotted by PriceRaja in which it was seen with a basic sketching of the device. The sketch has shown that the tablet will be sporting a camera lens along with an LED flash.
As soon as it gets unveiled, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is scheduled to go on sale in March. It will be priced at around $607.