Samsung will be unveiling their flagship tablet at the Mobile World Congress on 26th February. The Korean tech giant traditionally uses this platform to debut their Galaxy S-flagship devices, but this time around they will be announcing a new tablet. Galaxy Tab S3 is very similar to its predecessor in terms of how it looks, sadly, there will be no edge to edge display that many people want Samsung to push to their tablets too. A new render for Galaxy Tab S3 shows the device with a magnetic keyboard, similar to Apple’s ‘Smart Keyboard’.
The keyboard is not the only accessory that Tab S3 will support. The tablet will come with come with an S-Pen which will not have a docking space in the tablet but will ship in with the device. So, the keyboard is an added accessory that people will have to shell out extra bucks for. Earlier this week the users manual for the tablet leaked which revealed different aspects of the device.
In terms of specs, Galaxy Tab S3 will feature a 9.6-inch AMOLED screen with 1536 x 2048p resolutions display. Under the hood, the hood the tablet will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, paired with Ader4no 530 GPU. A 4GB RAM along with a 32GB/128GB of internal storage options will be present. As far as the camera specs go, a 12-megapixel main and 5-megapixel selfie shooter adorn the device. There will be two variants of the tablet, one will have Wi-Fi certification and the second one will be LTE enabled.