Jun 08, 2016 11:19 AM EDT
Galaxy Tab S3 Hints Release Date: Samsung Boasts Sandstone Finish, Marshmallow OS, Bigger Memory; Tags Same Price? [VIDEO]
Evan Blass (AKA @evleaks) has dropped off photos featuring the presumed new tablet from Samsung. The photos of Samsung upcoming Galaxy Tab S3 shared at Twitter are shown in two colors, black and white.
The photo tweeted by @evleaks shows a seeming difference between Galaxy Tab S3 and its predecessor, Galaxy Tab S2. But the former's back cover displays a striking difference which could potentially include a Sandstone finish. This trend for phone finish gives users a better grip on the device.
Anonymous tip. Tab S3? pic.twitter.com/Xnzql8zkkd— Evan Blass (@evleaks) June 5, 2016
The latest Galaxy Tab S3 boasts an 8-inch AMOLED display. There is no confirmation yet whether the 9.7-inch version will be out in the market soon. Tab S3 will be powered by 1.8 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. It will also be equipped with 3GB RAM much bigger from Tab S2's 1GB RAM. As per its operating system, Samsung chose the updated Android 6.0 Marshmallow and a higher minimum of 32GB internal memory. Although there has not been any confirmation if versions of Galaxy Tab S3 will have upgrade on internal capacity, it is rumored to hold up an external memory of about 128GB through micro SD, Yibada reported.
For the selfie and insta lovers, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 features 8MP rear camera and 2MP front camera, a massive boost from Tab S2's 3MP and VGA rear and front picture clickers. The only spec it will inherit from its predecessor is the same 4000 mAh battery capacity.
The South Korean tech giant is yet to confirm the release and announcement date for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. But this circumstance is quite a similar affair from the release last year. If this coincidence would be true, Samsung might announce the Galaxy Tab S3 until September, Tech Radar reported. Samsung's latest tab Galaxy Tab S3 is like to have the same price range as Samsung Galaxy Tab S2.
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