Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 leaks in new images ahead of MWC launch
We first got the promise that Samsung would be making their next flagship – the Galaxy S8 – known at the MWC which is scheduled to hold later this month but due to one reason or the other, they have officially announced that this would not be happening anymore. As they would not be leaving the event blank without making an impact of any sort, we have heard that they would use their press time to announce the Galaxy Tab S3 instead.
Since the tablet has already been certified by all of FCC, Bluetooth SIG and the Wi-Fi Alliance, it might also go on sale soon after the announcement.
Today though, the tablet showed up in Taiwan where it got a new certification, which means that it can now be sold in the country too.
From the latest certification, we were able to get two images to leak, and they are as attached to the post. The tablet is listed there as SM-T820 and from what we have seen, this model would have Wi-Fi options, but no LTE connectivity links.
Even though the shots are not as clear as we might have loved, they do show the device in all of its glory. Expected to have 9.7 inches of screen, under which there would be a SD-820 chipset on 4GB of RAM and a 64GB internal storage space, this promises to be a flagship in the line of tablets.
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