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Galaxy Tab S3: Dual-Edge Screen, Beast Performance Revealed inside Thinner Tablet; Launched alongside Galaxy S8 at MWC 2017 [RUMOR]

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Leaks suggest Galaxy Tab S3 will bring a much faster performance than its competitor. Find out more!

Galaxy Tab S3 to sport Snapdragon 652, 3GB RAM and 32 GB internal memory

Samsung's upcoming S tablet is rumored to feature a Super AMOLED display and Snapdragon 652 SoC. The optics are expected to pair 8 MP and 2 MP cameras. There is a speculation that Tab S3 might come with a 5,870 mAh battery but still retains its Micro USB port.

The internal storage could be as huge as 32 GB with expandable option up to 128 GB via MicroSD. BGR has reported two variants of Tab S3 - an 8-inch and 9.7-inch devices with 2048 x 1536 pixels resolution. However, SamMobile has come up with more details by stating that there will be two models of Galaxy Tab S3, Wi-Fi and LTE variants.

The Galaxy Tab S3's latest appearance was at GeekBench. The leak points at a decent-performing 9.7-inch tablet - scoring 1,225 in single-core and 4,275 in multi-core, as revealed by Winfuture.

Samsung is fond of making new high-end device iterations much slimmer and sleeker. It will not be a surprise if Galaxy Tab S3 will have a thinner dimension and lighter weight than Tab S2. To put into perspective, the older sibling is 5.6 mm thick. 

As a premium device, Galaxy Tab S3 could have a price range between $349 - $499. The tech geeks can also expect a dual-edge screen display on Galaxy Tab S3 as this feature has been seen in a few of Samsung's premium mobile devices, PC Advisor reported.

Galaxy Tab S3 to be introduced at MWC 2017

Previous reports suggest Samsung's plan to reveal Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Tab S3 at the same event. MWC 2017 is an annual mobile exhibition that showcases new and revolutionary devices from global tech giants.

Check out Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 review in the video below!

 

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