Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 leaks ahead of its MWC launch, confirms S-Pen and AGK audio

With just 2 days to go, Samsung is all set for its Mobile World Congress press event in Barcelona on 26th February, where the company will announce its high end flagship tablet, Galaxy Tab S3. Both the renders and the live images of the tablet show that in terms of looks, it will not be different from its predecessor. But Samsung definitely has upped the ante by providing support for different accessories like the S-Pen and keyboard. A new set of leaked images by TechnoBuffalo reveal the tablet design, color options and features.

From previous reports we know that Galaxy Tab S3 will come with an S-Pen, even though it will not have a docking space. It will be shipped along side the tablet. The images so show a stylus but it is different than the S-Pens seen before, it is thicker and looks more like Microsoft’s Surface Pen. In addition, we cane see the two color options for the tablet: silver and black. In the image below, the silver colored variant of the tablet is shown at at the bottom ‘Tuned by AGK‘ is written which shows that Galaxy Tab S3 will have AGK audio support.

AGK refers to AGK Acoustics, a company that is a part of Harman International that Samsung recently acquired. There is a strong possibility that Samsung indeed has used audio tech provided by AGK Acoustics. As far as the rest of the specs go, the tablet will feature a 9.6-inch AMOLED display and will be powered by Snapdragon 820 SoC, paired with a 4GB RAM and 32GB/128GB internal storage.The Galaxy Tab S3 is sounding more interesting with every new leak and feature reveal. What do you say, does Samsung have a winner here?

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