Samsung will be unveiling their flagship tablet Galaxy Tab S3 at the Mobile World Congress. Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 was expected to land the shelves last year but after issues with Galaxy Note 7, the company scrapped up the idea. Now the Korean tech giant will be showing off the tablet at the MWC. New images of Galaxy Tab S3 have leaked through the Taiwan National Communication Propagation Committee which is similar to China’s TENNA and USA’s FCC. The tablet was submitted there for approval before its release.
The images do give us an idea about how the device will end up looking like. According to the images, Galaxy Tab S3 will have a metal glass build, similar to what we have seen in its smartphones. For the past tow years the company has not only been pushing for a premium design in its flagship devices but also towards its mid-range and entry level smartphones too which ends up giving the device a more premium look and build. We are going to see the same concept pushed forth to the tablet as well.
Samsung is planning to ship Galaxy Tab S3 with an S-Pen but like the Note phablets it will not have a docking station. It looks like a last minute edition to spify up the device. In terms of specs, Galaxy Tab S3 will feature a 9.7-inch 2048 x 1536p resolution display. Under the hood it will have Snapdragon 821, paired with a 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The tablet will have a 12 MP main and 5MP front facing camera. Samsung will be unveiling the device on 26th February at the MWC and we will get to discover what other features Galaxy Tab S3 has.