Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 The Improved And Upgraded Tablet [VIDEO]

Nov 30, 2016 07:24 AM EST | Sharon Joymie Raynes


2016 is almost over but Samsung is still rocking the telecommunication world by releasing their new Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. People are expecting that this new tablet to be released this year but then some were saying that it might be on 2017.

 There are a lot of speculations and guesses about the specifications, feature price, features even the release date. This only shows that Samsung fans are very much excited for this tablet. The first Samsung Tablet was released on June 2014. Due to the excellent reviews about the Samsung Tablet it was improved and upgraded and has been a counterpart of Apple's IPAD. The thing is Samsung Tablets can have an expandable SD card, might be the reason as well why consumers were happy to have this tablet.

Some sources saying that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will be sporting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. It will also have a 6 GB RAM with 32 or 64 GB storage. And an expandable memory is still present with the maximum storage of 128 GB. Camera wise it will have an 8 megapixel at the back and 2 megapixel in front. Battery will be 4,000 MAH but then it can't be charge wirelessly. Two sizes for this tablet such as 8 inch and 9.7 inch Super AMOLED display according to Gamenguide.

Some were saying that this tablet is almost the same with Samsung Galaxy S7. If that is the case then it was a brilliant idea since Samsung Galaxy S7 is one of the most admired phone and one of the upgraded yet expensive but worth the price. Since they said that it is a tablet version of S7 people might expect that Galaxy Tab S3 featuring the powerful Exynos 8890 chip information from Trusted Reviews.

Consumers will surely love this newest tablet that has a very good specs and features!

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