Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 gets its WiFi certification
At the end of a pretty long wait, the Galaxy Tab S3 tablet should finally hit the market in the coming weeks. We heard of it many times during the last six months, and now a Samsung tablet carrying the model number SM-T825 has just been spotted on the website of the WiFi Alliance.
According to the WiFi Alliance page, the date of the device's last certification is January 6. There are not any details to talk about, but considering the model number mentioned above and the presence of 4G connectivity, we can conclude that this is the 9.7-inch model already leaked some time ago.
There is no official launch date yet, but since there is no Galaxy Tab S3 tablet at CES, it is highly likely to see this slate unveiled in a few variants at MWC 2017. Its specs will probably include a new Exynos processor, 4 GB of memory or even more, at least a full HD display, a generous main camera to allow these tablets to compete with the Apple iPad Pro, as well as a not-so-low price.
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