Samsung’s tablets are all about, brilliant screen displays with big-entertainment factors; and allowing to use every features of a smartphone in the tab, conveniently. The latest leaked information reveals that Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is going to be released soon in the market, featuring Exynos (a series of ARM based system) along with Snapdragon chipset, which will be an another flagship from the Samsung Tab family.
The features of Galaxy Tab S3 are exposed by the Chinese micro-blogging tech site Weibo lately and has already been spotted on GFXBench (popular benchmarking platform). According to the GFXBench, it is expected to appear in two models namely: SM-T825 and SM-T820, which will be an LTE version and a Wi-Fi only variant, respectively. Based on the leaked info from the website (Weibo), the device is featured with the same chipset of Galaxy Note 5: Exynos 7420 SoC.
As per GFXBench, the tablet is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 820 processor and 4 GB RAM; 32 GB of internal storage, where 24 GB of it will be let-out for the user interface. As like the previous version, this one will also come with a 9.7 inches display of 2048X1538 pixels resolution, with a potential of supporting 5 finger gesture. The rear camera is a 12-megapixel one with LED flash, supporting face detection, auto focus, HDR photo and touch focus; whereas the front-facing one is of 5-megapixel. The Galaxy Tab S3 also features Accelerometer, Bluetooth, Compass, GPS, Light sensor, and Gyroscope sensors. The tab will run on the Android’s latest version 7.0 Nougat OS and is likely to sport a fingerprint scanner on the home button, under which a USB Type-C port is been placed.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 was supposed to be announced officially in the event ‘IFA 2016’, conducted by network marketing divisions, by the company. Unfortunately due to an unexpected debacle of Galaxy Note 7 during that time, it got delayed.
The latest revelations unveils that the Galaxy Tab S3 has been fully organised and is all-set to be launched very soon, in the first quarter of this year. Further, the tattles also indicate that the Tab will be showcased at the upcoming ‘MWC 2017’, the world’s largest exhibition for mobile industry.