Feb 03, 2017 04:13 AM EST
Samsung Is Reportedly Excited to Reveal Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 8 In MWC 2017
Samsung is one of the major manufacturers in the world who confirmed its attendance for Mobile World Congress 2017 to be held in Barcelona, Spain. The South Korean company has already sent out invites to media people that linked out to the excitement of the company to reveal the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8. Find out the truth here!
Samsung is Reportedly Showing Video on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 in MWC 2017
Samsung has started sending out invites for their conference happening in February 26th during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. According to Phone Arena, the South Korean tech is reportedly revealing their flagship smartphone Galaxy S8 but no further information has been reported about the Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung has already announced the launching date of Galaxy S8 which will happen one month later, but it seems like the company wants to maintain the hype that surrounds its upcoming flagship smartphone. Although the fans are excited for the one-minute video, what they are expecting to see from the preview are the characteristics of the phones that are not revealed in the series of leaks from the last few days.
Samsung is Confirmed to Unveil Flagship Tablet in MWC 2017
Samsung is said to be focusing on a premium tablet this coming MWC 2017. The said tablet is named Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 in which according to The Indian Express, reflected in the invitation of the South Korean company in a silhouette.
Accordingly, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is the next-gen tablet surpassing the performance of its predecessor. The device is sporting a 9.6-inch display with screen resolution of 2048 x 1536, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, 12MP rear camera and 5MP for the front-facing one.
Furthermore, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is reportedly running the Android 7.0 Nougat that is expected to bring a lot of feature enhancements. The device will be available in two variants - LTE model (SM-T820) and Wi-Fi model (SM-TB25).
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