Jan 09, 2017 03:51 AM EST
Fans anticipating for the release date of the 2-in1 Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, will not have to wait longer as announcement of its launching is inching closer with finality. The launch date is already budding specifically that the tablet has been recently spotted at Bluetooth.org where it received its certification.
Fans believe that the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certification now means an imminent unveiling of the device is about to happen anytime soon, Phone Arena reported. There is no telling whether or not Samsung will wait until late February to announce the Galaxy Tab S3 at Mobile World Congress, or it will go ahead with the announcement in the next few weeks.
It can be recalled that the next generation of Samsung's Galaxy Tab S tablets should have been introduced last year, but for some reason the South Korean company has decided to postpone the release. Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is one of the most anticipated devices to come out this year as it is seen to compete with Microsoft's Surface Pro5.
Samsung is very evasive of media about this device that the newly posted certification created a buzz among Samsung fans especially that they are now certain the device will actually see daylight. Because of the scarcity of information about Samsung Galaxy Tab S3's specs and features, it is speculated that it will borrow plenty from Samsung Galaxy S7.
Leaks have also hinted that it will feature the powerful Exynos 7 Octa 5433 chip and will revert to 16:10 display screen which should incorporate the company's traditional use of AMOLED technology. Sources are positive that if this will push through, it will be the company's opportunity to incorporate a 4K resolution display.
If fans could not wait for the exact date of launching for Galaxy Tab S3, tech bloggers and writers all the more are eager to dissect the specs and features of the device that is due to launch any day now. As reports say, history has taught fans and spectators to expect good things always from Galaxy Tab S series.
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