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Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 News: Galaxy Tab S3 vs Apple iPad Pro; Tab S3 To Take Down Microsoft Surface Pro 4 [VIDEO]

Samsung is reportedly set to announce the Galaxy Tab S3 this month. It has been said that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will be a direct rival to Apple's iPad Pro and will take down the current Microsoft Surface Pro.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will be up for grabs at $600, which has a similar price like the Apple iPad Pro, according to BGR. The South Korean tech titan has already started receiving pre-orders on Mar. 17. The Galaxy Tab S3 is expected to go on sale on Mar. 24. Apart from the tech giant's own online store, the device will also be sold by major U.S. retailers such as BestBuy and Amazon.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 comes with a display of 9.7-inches with a resolution of 2048 x 1536, that's the same as the current Apple iPad Pro. The Super AMOLED panels of the tech company have been implemented on the Galaxy Tab S3 that will also support 4K and HDR content playback.

Nevertheless, Samsung incorporates top-notch specs in the Galaxy Tab S3, which could prove to be the perfect elements to take down Microsoft's Surface Pro 4. Samsung's latest Android-running tablet is set to roll out in the U.S. with a price tag of $600, while the external keyboard and stylus of Microsoft's 2-in-1 device is available with an additional cost of $130. Also, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 boasts a glass back panel and an aluminum frame, whereas the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 has a magnesium alloy build, New Atlas reported.

Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 comes along with a 4GB of RAM and a 13MP main shooter, which all contribute to make Samsung's new flagship tablet a top-notch 2-in-1 offering. The Galaxy Tab S3 is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor and an Android Nougat, which is a combination to provide tech fans with a fast and efficient user experience. Also, the device is up for grabs with a 6000mAh battery, ensuring users a long-lasting entertainment on the go.

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