Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is in India for Testing, Launch Imminent

Galaxy Tab S3

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 was rumored to be on a September release schedule, but as we all know, this has not happened yet. Still, talk of the tablet hasn’t died off yet and in fact, it seems the device could be here sooner than expected.

Recent speculations have pinned the release date of the rumored Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 to early 2017. While these reports have often been based on rumors, the latest leak is a more solid proof that the tablet could indeed be still in the making.

According to the latest reports, the leaked Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will come with two variants – an LTE version and a Wi-Fi only version. The leaked Zauba report, which shows details of India’s import and exports, confirms that there is a Samsung tablet with model number SM-T825. Apparently, this will be the LTE version whereas the Wi-Fi only variant will carry model number SM-T820.

Little is known about the specs and features of the rumored Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, however, close sources claim that there will be a Super AMOLED QHD screen on the device, which should be 9.7 inches in size. There is also talk of an 8-inch model that keeps the same display quality. Under the hood, Samsung will reportedly ship the Tab S3 with a Snapdragon 652 SoC alongside 32GB of internal storage and room to expand it via a microSD card.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

With reports still adamant that Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will be launched in early 2017 alongside the Galaxy S8, we should see the tablet debut with the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. In terms of price, the Galaxy Tab S3 is rumored to be coming with a price tag of about $500.

Reports claim that Samsung is looking to bombard fans with an array of devices this coming 2017 in a bid to try and balance its books following huge losses made through the discontinued Galaxy Note 7. Let’s wait and see if this indeed happens, meanwhile, we’ll keep following the matter and bring you the latest developments. Stay tuned!

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