Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Specs and Price Leaked!

The most expected tablet of the year from Samsung is the Galaxy Tab S3. Latest reports reveal a lot of interesting information about the upcoming tablet along with a supposed front side image of the device.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3
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The Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017, which is an important launch date for Samsung’s yearly releases, is just a few days away. Hence, a number of rumours and speculations are surfacing with regards to the devices that will be showcased at the event.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 – S Pen

According to the leaked information by Roland Quandt from, the new tablet from the South Korean tech Giant will be priced at $580. The leaked details also contain the supposed image of the upcoming tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. The image that Quandt shared also revealed that the new tablet would be sporting the popular S Pen. This also implies that the device will support all stylus-based features.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Specs

Also, the leaks reveal that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will be a 9.7-inch model only. Some rumours also suggest that the upcoming tablet will be loaded with a 32 GB built-in storage and 4GB of RAM. The device will be equipped with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. The 9.7-inch display will offer a high resolution of 2048×1536 pixels. The device will also come with a 12MP primary camera and 5MP secondary camera.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3  Release Date

Adding on, the latest rumours also reveal that the tablet will come with Android Nougat out-of-the-box. After the official launch at the MWC 2017 on February 26, the device is said to set off for sale in South Korea from March 2017.  The latest report from GSMarena also reveals that Samsung has successfully tested the Android Nougat update for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. Users of Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 can expect a roll out anytime soon.

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