Jan 27, 2017 12:51 PM EST
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Latest Leak Pokes Apple iPad Right Where It Hurts; Details Here
Out Apple iPad; in Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. Latest leaks of the device show specs and features that will give its biggest competitor a run for its money. Not only that, it has every potential that will make Apple iPad series go extinct.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Specs Could Really Hurt Apple iPad
The specifications and features of the latest addition to the Samsung tab series, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, have been leaked online. The details will put iPads to shame, T3 reported. GFXBench recently showed off the hardware of Galaxy Tab S3 and it's simply glorious.
The leak reveals that Galaxy Tab S3 houses Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad-core, which puts iPad Pro and iPad Air 2 to shame, what with their limited CPU at dual core 64-bit A9X and 1.5 Ghz Tri-Core 64-bit Apple A8X respectively. Moreover, it has Adreno 530 GPU and runs on a 4GB RAM, whereas iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 4, both on 2GB RAM, only run on the outdated versions of Imagination Technologies' PowerVR GX6650 and PowerVR GX64650 respectively.
While the Galaxy Tab S3 only has a 9.6-inch screen, the dynamics inside will keep the 2048 x 1536 high resolution from encountering any glitch. Moreover, its rear camera is 12-megapixel while the front is 5-megapixel. The leak also reveals a 24GB storage and will come with the option of a 32GB storage.
Release Date Revealed?
Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Tab S3 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this February, Trusted Reviews reported. The device which bears the code name SM-T820 also recently received Wi-Fi certification. As this has been the second time the product was leaked to the public, it's only safe to assume that it will be available in the market very soon.
But there's still a huge chance that Samsung wouldn't unveil the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 on that event. There's been plenty of speculations on the rumor mill regarding this product so it's better to take it with a grain of salt.
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