Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 May Be Released In The First Quarter Of 2017; What We Know So Far

29 November 2016, 8:17 am EST By Ribhu . Mobile & Apps
A Samsung tablet runs a Ustream App at the Verizon booth during the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 11, 2012.  ( Reuters )

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, as expected, should have made a debut in September, but the month passed by, and nothing was heard of the upcoming tablet. Now, most recent rumors suggest that the tablet will be out in the first quarter of 2017.

As indicated by Phone Radar, Galaxy Tab S3 units have advanced towards India for testing purposes. The posting uncovered that the Tab S3 lineup would be accessible in two variations: an LTE and a WiFi adaptation.

It was specified in the report that there were different units of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 imported to India and this was done due to assessment purposes. Not much is known on the specification of this device; all that is known depends on the rumours that surface online. What's in all probability is that the tablet will accompany an AMOLED display as it also has bee the tradition of Samsung.

The Galaxy Tab S3 is additionally anticipated to have a chipset with a higher ability to process more data. It is additionally said to have a working framework that is better than its ancestor. Trusted Reviews said that the tablet would feature an Exynos 8890 chip on board, which is also found in the flagship Samsung Galaxy S7. There's additionally a probability that it will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 820. However, the thoughts of including a Snapdragon 652 processor persists too.

The posting uncovered the cost for the Tab S3, which is thought to be around $500, but this could change as more and more components of this flagship tablet are revealed.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is relied upon to hit the market at some point in the first quarter of 2017, likely at Consumer Electronics Show which is to happen one year from now.

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