Feb 09, 2017 03:48 AM EST
Neglected and Ignored Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Could Have ‘Plus’ Variant; S Pen Support, AMOLED Screen, Higher Price Expected [VIDEO]
The once neglected and ignored Samsung Galaxy Tab S line is making a comeback this 2017 with a great surprise. Tagged as Galaxy Tab S3, Samsung has reportedly conceptualized a "Plus" variant for the device that sports S Pen support, AMOLED screen and others but comes with a higher price. Find out the truth here!
Is there a Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Plus Variant?
The not-so popular and unsaleable Samsung Galaxy Tab S line is making a comeback this year not as an ordinary tablet but a powerful one. Galaxy Tab S3, the third generation of Samsung tablet is said to be making an appearance in Mobile World Congress 2017 at Barcelona, Spain together with Samsung's new mobile products.
Just because Samsung wants to completely ditch out Apple iPad Pro, the South Korean tech firm is rumored to have been conceptualizing a "Plus" variant for the said tablet. However, this claim has not been supported by any verified reports or statement from Samsung; thus, ending up having the regular Galaxy Tab S3.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is More Innovative
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 design is expected to deviate from its predecessor and likely to copy the premium design language of Samsung's premium phones. According to Phone Arena, the third-gen Samsung tablet would be great if its body is wrapped with metal and some slates of glass unlike its plastic-wrapped predecessors.
Specs-wise, at the heart of Galaxy Tab S3 is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset that will be paired with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage that is expandable up to 128GB via microSD. The hardware is said to be enough to power the rumored AMOLED screen that contributes to less power consumption.
What's more interesting about the Galaxy Tab S3 is the S Pen support which originally features in other Samsung high-end tablets such as Galaxy Tab Pro, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Tab A and Galaxy Tab. According to Slash Gear, the Wacom-powered stylus could be a direct rival to the Apple Pencil that comes with iPad Pro.