Jun 20, 2017 07:40 AM EDT
Samsung To Launch New Galaxy Tab S3 9.7 With Premium Design, S Pen Stylus On June 20 [VIDEO]
Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy Tab S3 in India on June 20. The tech company is holding an event in Bengaluru, where it is expected to pitch in the price and availability of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.
Samsung's official unveiling of their latest large screen Galaxy Tab S3 will transpire in India on June 20. The South Korean tech titan already sent out invites for the event, which will transpire from 12 p.m. onwards, Android Headlines reported.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will arrive in silver and black color options. Samsung's latest large screen tablet will feature a premium design with a glass and metal build. The S Pen feature of the Galaxy Tab S3 includes a fingerprint sensor as well as a quad 0.64-Watt speakers.
As the Galaxy Tab S3 sports a 9.7-inch QXGA Super AMOLED display (2048x1536 pixels), the tablet runs on Android 7.0 Nougat. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor, coupled with a 4GB of RAM, BGR reported.
As for the camera, the Galaxy Tab S3 boasts a 5MP front snapper as well as a 13MP rear shooter with flash and 4K video recording. Nonetheless, the Android tablet will be available with a 32GB of internal storage, expandable through microSD card up to 256GB.
Additionally, the Galaxy Tab S3 uses biometric authentication for logging in, and it allows users to tether the new Tab S3 to other devices. The Android tablet will come with a 6000mAh battery, which has a bigger capacity compared to its predecessor.
That being said, similar to the strategy in launching the Galaxy S8, the tech giant's invite for the event also showcased a silhouette of the Galaxy Tab S3. The marketing approach of the tech company apparently remains consistent with the way they rolled out their flagship smartphones.
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