The long-rumored Galaxy Tab S3 can be ordered online across parts of Europe starting at 679 Euros for the WLAN-only version while the LTE SKU will cost users 749 Euros. Samsung's latest Tab refresh is thus noticeably more expensive than when the Tab S2 launched in 2015 for just 499 Euros.
Core specifications for the Galaxy Tab S3 include:
The tablet will also be compatible with the S Pen stylus. When compared to the Tab S2 9.7, the Tab S3 has a slightly larger battery capacity, the same resolution display, 1 GB more RAM, and upgraded cameras on both the front and back. Samsung is certainly not leaving the Tab S2 behind, however, as the manufacturer only recently updated the older series to Android 7.0 Nougat. Rumors have also been swirling about the TabPro S2 Windows 2-in-1.
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