Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 WiFi Variant Gets FCC Approval, Launch Imminent

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The site also claims that the Tab S3 will come in a new silver color, along with the black shade pictured above, and that there will be 4G/LTE models, as well as Wi-Fi ones.

Recently, an image of the alleged Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 made its way on to the internet, revealing the existence of the S pen to boost user productivity. Instead, the event is likely to be centered around a refresh of their flagship tablet, the Galaxy Tab S3.

Not much information about the Note 8 was provided but this Baikal reference tells us that the phone could have more "depth" compared to the older Note models and even the upcoming Galaxy S8.

The Galaxy S7 is now the latest smartphone from Samsung and it's one of the best devices that is still somewhat small.

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The Galaxy Tab S3 will probably be housing a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and may offer 4 GB of RAM.

Moreover, it hints that the tablet will only be available in a 9.7-inch option and Samsung will not release an 8-inch variant of the device as it has in the past. The rear camera will have Carl Zeiss optics and a dedicated button to launch voice-assistant Bixby will be present at the back cover. Sources suggest that other devices including the Galaxy A3 (both 2016 and 2017), the Galaxy A5 (again, both the 2016 and 2017 versions), the Galaxy A7 and the Galaxy A8. Samsung appears determined to string out the launch for both phones as long as possible and it has already broken from tradition by announcing it will not unveil the models at Mobile World Congress later this month. However, it's said that the slate does not have a stylus cradle, which means the S Pen will be a separate accessory (likely offered at no extra cost). It will bring added functionality to the Galaxy Tab series.

Whether the Galaxy Tab S3 will be able to replicate the success of its predecessor remains to be seen.