Samsung surprised its fans as it highlights the new Galaxy Book in the Mobile World Congress. It also featured the Galaxy Tab S3. This new tablet obviously stole the limelight away from the much awaited Galaxy S8 but it's definitely worth it.
Samsung Galaxy Book. According to Wired, the Samsung Galaxy Book is pretty impressive. It is available in 12-inch and 10-inch models. The 12-inch tablet has a 3:2 screen aspect ratio. It suggests that this gadget is meant to be a laptop first, before just like the Microsoft surface Pro 4 that it is matched against.
The Samsung Galaxy Book runs on windows 10 and it has an S Pen stylus that will make some of your writing tasks really easy. The pen is similar to a 0.7mm rollerball and the good thing about it is that there's no need to charge it. Also, it only weighs 1.6 pounds and has backlit keys that make everything convenient as if your using a small laptop.
Wired also added that when it comes to it internal specs the Galaxy Book has a better edge than The Surface Pro. Take note of its Intel 3.1 GHZ "Kaby Lake" Core i5 dual-core CPU or its 8 GB Rm MATCHING A 256GB SSD-this is definitely one tough tablet to beat.
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Galaxy Tab S3. Samsung has no plans in saying goodbye to Android tablets as it revives the Galaxy Tab S3. This 10-inch gadget carries the Snapdragon 820 and it also features an AMOLED display that has HDR video.
Meanwhile, some reviewers are skeptical as to why Samsung chooses to launch a tablet such as the Samsung Galaxy Book when the market is not as big as it was before. According to CNET, even Apple has been struggling with their tablets right now. They added that it can be associated with the price since there are already laptops that can be purchased with the same amount.
But it looks like Samsung isn't moved by this since they are still considered number 2 in the tablet rank. It seems like Samsung is confident that the Samsung Galaxy Book and Galaxy Tab S3 will capture the interest of the public.