Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has recently been the subject of an online leak.
Apparently Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 will have a successor soon, which is the subject of a very interesting leak. As Phonearena mentions, the tablet will be available in two versions, with screens of 8 and 9.7 inches, same as the previous model. Currently, they are codenamed SM-T719 and SM-T813 and the specifications are not something that would impress everyone.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 doesn’t seem to be very different from Tab S2 which is part of the mid-range category. The CPU appears to be an octa-core Snapdragon 652 at a frequency of 1,8 GHz, which will work alongside the 3 GB of RAM while the storage capacity will be 32 GB (users will also benefit from a microSD slot). The 8-inch version, for example, will support a 2.048 x 1536 pixels resolution, an 8-megapixel camera on the back and a 2-megapixel camera on the front.
Unfortunately, we don’t have a lot of information about the price and we don’t know exactly when the device will be available. A reason to upgrade could be accounted for by the inclusion of the new Android OS 6.0.1, which had Marshmallow to come pre-installed on these tablets. The South Koreans are very inefficient in bringing new versions of Android on old devices, the purchase of a tablet with the newest operating system from Google would seem an inspired decision.
A reason to upgrade could be the incorporation of the new Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system, which will be pre-installed on these tablets. Since the South Koreans are incapable of bringing the new versions of the Android OS on the older devices, the purchase of a tablet with the newest operating system from Google might be an inspired decision.
One of the disadvantages of the current generation is the relatively high price. Even today, a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 can be purchased for approximately 400 dollars. The specifications include an Exynos 5433 processor with four cores clocked at 1,9 GHz and other four at 1,3 GHz, 3 GB RAM and 32 or 64 GB of storage space.
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