Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Leaks Suggest 9.7-Inch Tablet Arriving Soon: Expect Earlier Release before iPad Pro 2 [RUMOR]


Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 leak train does not seem to stop until it is launched. Many rants hint to next year release date for the tablet with top-notch specifications.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 design leaked by Evan Blass on Twitter

Notorious leaker Evan Blass spilled an image of what's believed to be Galaxy Tab S3 design - which does not show any major changes from its predecessor. The photos in the video below, show two tablets in black and white colors.  

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 specifications

Starting from an AMOLED display, Exynos 8890 or Snapdragon 820 processor and 4 GB of RAM - Samsung could unveil two versions of internal storage, 32 GB and 64 GB. The optics department could pair an 8 MP of rear shooter with 2 MP of front-facing camera. The tablet is rumored to run Android Marshmallow OS and have 4,000 mAh battery capacity, NeuroGadget reported.

Anoter speculation suggests that Galaxy Tab S3 could come in 9.7-inch variants only (WiFi and WiFi+LTE), with 1536 x 2048 pixels resolution, GSM Arena has learned. 

There is no word about pricing yet but as a reminder, the 8-inch variant of Tab S2 was introduced at a price of $399 whereas the 9.7-inch is priced at $499. Hence, the upcoming tablet should be sold at the price range.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 release date

Galaxy Tab S3 did not show up at the IFA 2016 but a recent leaked FCC document could indicate that the tablet may come real soon. After passing through the highest certification for telecomm devices, it may only take months before we see Galaxy Tab S3 being released in the market, Trusted Reviews reported. Other technical specs of Galaxy Tab S3 listed in the document include NFC, GPS, 4G LTE and Bluetooth 4.2.

Samsung could gear up for Galaxy Tab S3 release at the MWC 2017 that will take place in Barcelona, February 27 - March 2. With that being said, the tablet could head start the competition as Apple iPad Pro 2 is expected to be launched in March 2017.



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