The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is now one of the most anticipated devices. With the Mobile World Congress round the corner, there is more focus on what Samsung has to say about the device, which of course, is not quite a lot. Although Samsung briefly hinted at the possibility of having the device launched at the MWC, they chose to keep much of the information under covers, further sparking more interest in the tablet.
So far, with renders and leaked images flying about all over the web, a few images that have surfaced actually seem to have caught everyone’s attention. Derived from a German website, WinFuture.de, the render depicts the S3 tablet as a device that bears resemblance to the S2 tablet, but has the S Pen as a separate unit. This supports the previous theories of the S3 tablet not having a slot to keep the S Pen within.
Apparently, if rumours are to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is going to be a 9.7 inch device and have a screen resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. The smaller 8 inch version may not see the light of the day, according to some sources. Under the hood, the tab will provide tremendous power with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, and also have a 4GB Ram, 12 MP back camera, 4.7 MP front camera and Bluetooth, along with a really light outer appearance. Some sources have claimed that FCC and Bluetooth certifications have already been received.
The price tag that has been proposed for the tab is almost $580. Some experts have said that the device will be priced higher if Wi-Fi is provided. Most of the above, of course, will come with aa charger in the box. The release date of the tablet is expected to be February 26th.