Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is set to launch at MWC 17

Finally, Samsung announced to release its new tablet Galaxy Tab S3 at Mobile World Congress 2017, with this launch, one more tablet will be added to the lineup. Earlier, it was set to launch in December, but due to some technical difficulties it was postponed and now we are finally delighted with the news.

According to report, the Tab S3 has received Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certification and it’s expected to be released at Mobile World Congress 2017 in February.


According to news published on several websites, the device model number is SM-T825, there has been rumor floating around since September that, the tablet will come in two variants, 8.0 inch and 9.7 inch. Both the tablet will have 4K AMOLED display. We also heard that, the low-end variant may come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 chipset with 3 GB RAM and the high-end variant may come with the Exynos 8890 with 4 GB RAM. It seems like the specifications are bumped as compared to its predecessor.

According to the news so far, the Tab S3 will have the same design patent as the Galaxy S7 with bigger form-factor, still we are not sure about the color availability. We hope Samsung will come up with some new colors for the Tab S3.

samsung galaxy tab s3

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will come with 8 MP rear camera and 2 MP front camera. The battery will be of 4000 mAh and a USB type-C port with headphone jack.

With so much of high end specs, the tablet will be priced at around $300-$400.

Let’s see if the Tab S3 can beat the iPad Air 2 or not!

That’s it! We are eagerly waiting to get our hands on Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.

Stay Tuned for its review and upcoming news from Mobile World Congress 2017.

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