Latest leak reveals full specs, images and details of Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

Samsung will be unveiling a new high-end flagship tablet Galaxy Tab S3 at the Mobile World Congress tomorrow.  Samsung this time around will be using the MWC platform to announce a tablet, in contrast to previous years, where the star of the show had been the latest S-flagship device. This time the Galaxy Tab S3 is going to take center stage and Samsung has done its best in terms of equipping the tablet with the best specs to give a push to the tablet market.

The rumor mill has been going strong and we got to see different images and heard speculations about the features of the device. Well in the case of leaks and information, the more the merrier. My Smart Price has posted some information about Galaxy Tab S3, which confirm the earlier speculations and reveal new info as well. We also get to have a peek at a new image of Galaxy Tab S3 with the magnetic keyboard from another angle.

According the spec sheet, Galaxy Tab S3 will have a 9.7-inch Super AMOLED display. The Super AMOLED display has a resolution of 2084 x 1536 with a 4:3 aspect ratio. Under the hood the tablet will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, paired with a 4GB RAM and 33 GB native storage which can be extended via the micro SDcard. Galaxy Tab S3 will have a quad-speaker system and the speakers are AKG-tuned which are bound to give an amazing immersive audio experience. The tablet will run Android 7.0 Nougat and will come with an S-Pen which will have full support for hand writing. The magnetic keyboard is an additional accessory which one has to buy separately. 

All in all, Galaxy Tab S3 seems like a sound device with some pretty nifty features. The audio and visual features along with the S-Pen support will definitely something that will attract the consumers. With just one day left we cannot wait to see Samsung event and how they present the new tablet as.

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