Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 price, specs leaked ahead of MWC launch

The purported image reveals the alleged Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 with S-Pen ahead of its official launch at MWC 2017

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    • Galaxy Tab S3 to come with 9.7-inch Super AMOLED display.
    • Samsung to unveil Galaxy Tab S3 at MWC event.
    • Samsung pre-MWC event scheduled on February 26.

Samsung MWC (Mobile World Congress) press invite have already hinted the launch of a tablet, presumably the Galaxy Tab S3. As the biggest mobile trade show is getting closer, the rumor mill is ramping up with speculations. A new leak report that claim to have an image of the next ‘big’ tablet reveals the supposedly Galaxy Tab S3 with S Pen stylus.

The purported image along with the price and specification comes from German site (via unnamed sources). The report suggests that unlike Samsung’s Galaxy Note devices, the Galaxy Tab S3 won’t have space to store the ‘pressure-sensitive’ S Pen stylus. The new tablet will reportedly feature a 9.7-inch (2048×1536 pixels) Super AMOLED display. It could be powered with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. The Galaxy Tab S3 will pack 4GB of RAM and 32GB internal memory. The tablet will supposedly have a 12-megapixel rear camera and a 4.7-megapixel front camera. According to the report, the Galaxy Tab S3 could come with Wi-Fi only models including models that will support both Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity. The report also claims that the tablet might come at a starting price for about $580 (roughly Rs. 39000). Samsung will supposedly bring a normal black colour variant of the Galaxy Tab S3 along with a sliver version suggesting to replace the previous white colour option.

However, the South Korean tech giant has not shared any official word on the details of the new Galaxy Tab S3. Samsung will kick off its pre-MWC event on February 26 in Barcelona, Spain. Rumours suggest that the company might showcase a foldable smartphone as well in private to ‘invited customers’ at its MWC event.

(Source: Android Authority)