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Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Expected To Launch On 26th February At MWC 2017


The presence has finally been confirmed by Samsung at the MWC 2017 in Barcelona later this month. It has been previously hinted by the South Korean company that it may give MWC event a miss entirely.  A teaser image is being shared by the company that seemingly confirms the launch of the tablet at the event.

The event will going to be held on February 26 just after the MWC 2017 trade show kicks off a day later, as stated according to the official Samsung invite. The launch event is planned for February 26 at 7 pm CET (11:30 pm IST) and will going to be live streamed at www.samsung.com/galaxy. a physical home button is being showed by the teaser image shared by the Samsung just below the display and it appears similar to the Galaxy Tab S2 which was unveiled in 2015.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Release Date

Galaxy Tab S3 started rumored widely on the internet after the few hours of Feature image shared by the Samsung.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Expected To Launch On 26th February At MWC 2017
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3

According to the leaked details, 9.7-inch display and a screen resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels is going to be featured by the tablet. The Tablet is known to pack with snapdragon 820 SoC processor and will be supported by the RAM package of 4 GB. The Samsung Galaxy S3 is rumored to run android nougat out of the box.

One of the key featured highlight of the tablet is said to be its 5.6mm thickness. It is likely to come with Wi-Fi and LTE models. As per the reports, Samsung Galaxy S3  will launch at around $600 (roughly rs.41000) in South Korea and will be on sale from march.

To recall, two Galaxy S2 Tablets from Samsung has been launch back in 2015 featuring the 9.7 inch and 8-inch of displays. Both versions proved to be the thinnest and the lightest of their size.  Both the tablets measures to be the 5.6 mm thin, which was the highlights of the tablets.