Ever since Samsung mobile unit head D.J. Koh announced last month that the company is releasing a Galaxy Note 7 successor, many fans of the Note series were pleased and have since started to keep tabs on updates regarding the next phablet.
Samsung has not updated its rival for the iPad Pro for some time, meaning that a refresh for the Galaxy Tab S3 seems sensible as it looks to take on the likes of Apple in the premium tablet market. As you can see from the image above, this leak comes to us from WinFuture, and the S Pen doesn't look like the traditional S Pen we have come to see from the Galaxy Note series.
In terms of the design, the Galaxy Tab S3 appears to be very similar to the Galaxy Tab S2. Succeeding the Galaxy Tab S2, the Tab S3 should be a thin, high-end tablet running Android 7 Nougat out of the box. Some reports say it will feature a metal back, while others suggest a plastic back. It would likely support a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels.
In the listing, as seen on Geekbench and given below, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 bears the model number SM-T7719 and has apparently got 1449 points in the standardised single-core test.
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On Monday, SamMobile spotted a leaked infographic of the rumored Galaxy Note 8 on Twitter. In terms of the hardware, the Galaxy Tab S3 is going to be powered by the mighty Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad-core SoC inside, with the Adreno 530 GPU.
As far as rumors go, the high-end model is expected to come with the S Pen, and we feel that the model will also come with more internal memory.
It is expected that the device will feature a 12MP rear camera and 4.7MP front-facing camera. One of the models would support Wi-Fi connectivity only whereas, the other one may allow both Wi Fi and cellular connectivity. There will be both a WiFi-only and an LTE version, with Verizon rumored to be the first carrier to sign on.