Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Release Date, Specs, Features, News & Update: Early 2017 Launching Alongside Note 8? Better Than Google Pixel C

By Ivan M. , Updated Nov 23, 2016 08:01 PM EST

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will run on the company's Exynos 8890 processor and it is expected to dominate the tablet market once it becomes available. According to reports, the new tablet from the South Korean tech giant is more powerful than Google Pixel C.

The new leaked information suggests that Samsung latest entry in the tablet world will be the main focus of the company following the disappointment release of Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The new Exynos 8890 chipset will be paired with advanced specs under the hood and speculations are rife that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will also carry impressive features.

According to GSM Arena, the current Google Pixel C runs on Quad-core Nvidia Tegra X1, which clocks at 1.9 GHz. It also has the Nvidia Maxwell GPU for better graphics technology and 3 GB RAM for multitasking purposes. On the other hand, the Exynos 8890 processor of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is said to have more power than the current Snapdragon 820 mobile CPU from Qualcomm.

The new Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has recently been spotted at Zauba and it appears that the device will be shipped for evaluation in India. According to the report, the new tablet will arrive in multiple variations and the one spotted carries a SM-825 codename, which many predict as the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 LTE variant. Several tech observers also suggest that the new tablet might arrive in the global market carrying a $500 to $550 price tag.

Although Samsung has continued to stay silent with regard to the development and release date of its upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, several reports suggest that the new tablet will sport an OLED panel. There are also speculations saying that it may arrive in the first quarter of 2017 alongside the highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Stay tuned for more news and updates about Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.

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