Speculations say, that Samsung's new super-sized tablet will be launched at a press event in the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 would be taken off together with the new S Pen Stylus.
The German site Win Future showed a picture of the Galaxy Tab S3 online, highlighting a thick dark bezel encompassing the screen. The picture looks like the last-generation Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Express reports.
Contrary to the speculated Galaxy S8 which is supposed not to have a home button, the Galaxy Tab S3 has a physical home button at the tablet's base, other than virtual buttons for "other applications" and "back." Although the up and coming tablet would have the S Pen Stylus, there is no port to store the gadget which could suggest it would be an extra optional for customers.
The screen of the Galaxy Tab S3 would be a 9.7-inch display, greater than the 8-inch screen of the Galaxy Tab 2. The screen has a 1,536 x 2,048 resolution with a 4:3 aspect ratio.
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Purchasers would have a choice between a 4G/LTE model and a Wi-Fi model only, while color distinction includes the new silver color scheme on top of the standard white and dark. Keep running by a Snapdragon 820 processor and with a 32GB storage and a 4GB RAM, the Galaxy Tab S3 sports a 12MP rear shooter and a 4.7MP selfie camera.
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CNET includes the Galaxy Tab S3 would have the Android 7.0 Nougat OS, highlight an optional console and cover case and have a beginning cost of $600. It says the Galaxy Tab S3 has big shoes to fill since its precedent. The Galaxy Tab S2 is viewed as one of the best tablets in the market when it appeared in the U.S. in 2015 with a cost of $250. While its cost was mid range, it conveyed every one of the components and execution that made it a convincing alternative to more costly models, even iPad Air 2.
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