MWC 2017: Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Leaked Before Launch
As the images show, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will support a Stylus along with it, which looks just like Microsoft Surface Pen.
Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Tab. Representative Image. (Image: Reuters)
Samsung’s most awaited release for the year 2017 is Samsung Galaxy S8. Yet the company is not going to launch the featured smartphone in the biggest event of the mobile industry.
Samsung has other plans for Mobile World Congress, 2017. The company is set to release Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, images and specifications of which have already been leaked on the internet.
Reports predict that Samsung’s new tablet will include Samsung Notes App. Also, as the images show, the Tab will support a Stylus along with it, which looks just like Microsoft Surface Pen.
The Stylus support means that the company is aiming at making Galaxy Tab S3 a device to promote content creation.
Though it is still unclear whether the Stylus will be included in the package or will have to be purchased separately.
As the images suggest, Galaxy Tab S3 will include AKG audio support, a company known for making headphones, microphones and wireless audio systems.
In terms of specs, earlier reports suggest that the device will sport a 9.6-inch Super AMOLED with 2048 x 1536 pixel resolution. It will be powered by a Snapdragon 820 processor and will run on 4GB of RAM. There might be two variants with 32GB and 128GB of internal storage.
The Tab is predicted to run on Android 7.0 Nougat with TouchWiz UX. On the camera front, the Tab might come with a 13-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front camera.
As per the reports, the Tab might weigh 429 grammes, house a 6,000 mAh battery with Fast charging and come with connectivity options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, LTE and some accessory ports.
Samsung’s keyboard accessory for the Tab might be sold as a separate unit and will be connected to the tablet by pogo pins.
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