Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is just days away before it is launched and so far, we already the full details of what is coming at the MWC 2017.
The tablet has been in the rumor mills for quite some time now and in fact, the latest leak only but confirms what we already know about this Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 tablet. In a newly leaked manual, we have all the details of this tablet, be it the looks or specs, but the pricing details will only come out next week, probably after it is launched.
Despite the angle you are in, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 looks pretty much impressive. Unlike the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8, the Tab S3 keeps the physical home button alongside the front-mounted fingerprint scanner on the bottom bezel while the upper bezel has the selfie camera and light sensor. The right-hand side of the tablet has power and volume rocker buttons, a microSD/SIM card tray, and two microphones.
The bottom-facing bezel has a dual-speaker setup, a 3.5mm headphone jack as well as a USB Type-C port. On the left hand-side of the tablet, you find a port for the keyboard dock. The rear panel only houses the main camera with a flash below it.
We recently reported about a possible S Pen for the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. Well, the manual confirms this feature, but the tablet has no slot for housing the S Pen like with the case of Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Instead, the S Pen has a clip, which could mean it is carried like one would carry a normal pen in their shirt pocket or maybe clip it onto the tablet itself. The Screen Off memo is there and once activated, users of the Tab S3 will be able to scribble stuff on the device using the S Pen, even when the screen is off. There is a Samsung Notes folder that stores the memo by default.
For those who had a short stint with Samsung Galaxy Note 7, you’ll love the fact that the company has carried over the Secure Folder. With this folder, you can be sure that your private content (including apps) is protected from spying eyes or friends even when your Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is unlocked. The Grace UX features as well as Air command are on board the new Tab S3 – all of which are part of the new Android 7.0 Nougat that powers the device out of the box.