Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Release Date, Specs, Features, News & Update: Tablet’s Launch Pushed To Q1 2017? Impressive Device Specifications Revealed! [ROUNDUP]

By Laine Lucas , Updated Nov 28, 2016 07:57 AM EST

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 was supposed to make a debut in September, but the month has come and gone and fans didn't receive any update. Latest rumors, however, suggest that the tablet's release is imminent as it has been spotted at an import tracking website.

Samsung's next flagship tablet made its way to the Indian import tracking site, Zauba, for the first time. According to Phone Radar, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 units have made their way to India for testing purposes. The listing also revealed that the Tab S3 lineup will be available in two variants: an LTE and a WiFi version.

It was mentioned in the report that there were multiple units of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 imported to India and this was done for evaluation purposes. Not much is known about the Tab S3 since most of the reports on its specs and features are based on rumors and leaks. What's most likely is that the tablet will come with an AMOLED display.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is also expected to have a chipset with higher capacity to process more information. It is also said to have an operating system that's superior to its predecessor. Trusted Reviews speculated that the tablet will have an Exynos 8890 chip on board -- the same chip found in the Galaxy S7. There's also a possibility that it will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 820. Then again, a Snapdragon 652 processor shouldn't be ruled out either.

The listing also revealed that price for the Tab S3, which is around $500, but this should also be taken with a pinch of salt since the pricing details could be incorrect or changed. Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is expected to release sometime in the first quarter of 2017, probably at next year's Consumer Electronics Show. More details about the upcoming flagship tablet should surface soon. Stay tuned to GamenGuide for more updates.

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