When Samsung rolled out their invitations for the MWC event earlier this week,one thing was confirmed that the company will be unveiling a tablet, Galaxy Tab S3. As the announcement for their S-series flagship device which is unveiled at the MWC has been delayed to 29th March. Galaxy Tab S3 is Samsung’s flagship tablet which was supposed to be announced last year, but the company scrapped the idea due to issues occurring with Note 7.
As per tradition, any device that is about to be announced people are curious about how it looks like and at times make renders based on information that has been made public. The same has happened with Galaxy Tab S3. The drawn render is based on the sketch that Samsung provided to the FCC. The rear shows a camera with a flash setup and the front of the device shows minimal bezels. Rumors circulating about Galaxy Tab S3 suggest that the devices will have a dual-edged curved display. If Samsung pulls that off, it will be the first tablet with such a feature, making it absolutely unique.
Talking about its specs, Galaxy Tab S3 will have a 9.6-inch 2048 x 1536 resolution display. Under the hood it will be equipped with Snapdragon 820, we did hear a chatter about Snapdragon 821 too. It will be paired with a 4GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage that can be extended via the microSDcard. The tablet will have a 12MP main and 5MP front facing cameras. It will run Android 7.0 Nougat and will have both LTE and Wi-Fi certifications.
Till the device is announced, we cannot confirm the specs, so take the renders as well as the specs with a grain of salt. How will Samsung standout with their tablet when the tablet sales are falling would be quite interesting.
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