Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 looks to follow up from where its previous S2 left off. It is 2 years since 2015 that they have come up with a high-end tablet. This upcoming one looks to continue with the same motto, a top-end multimedia mobile device.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3: Finally a Top-End Tablet from Samsung
There is nothing better than a nice big high-end tablet from Samsung at the start of a year for the mobile industry. This is not going to be good news for Apple selling their iPads more or less freely till now. But all that looks to change with this upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.
And speaking of looks, this Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 looks better than its previous generation. It's all metal inside and all-glass outside. Front and rear cross-sections are separated by a slim bordering. Even the rear panel is flat with a glass cover on top upping the ante in for how it looks and how it feels to hold together.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is as slim as it can be. Dimensions come in at 237.3 x 169 x 6 mm (9.34x6.65x0.24 inches) so it's big but exceptionally sleek. It comes in all black, another thing which easily makes this device among the lookers around. It's designed to multi-task between booklet and slate modes with ease, thanks to perfectly managed bezels. Both-hand usage is easy due to the simplistic rear panel design and the 429 grams weight for Wifi model and 434 grams for LTE.
Best QXGA Display?
User experience actually starts with the display and this is a fine display to say the least. Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 sports a 9.7-inch QXGA Super AMOLED display with its resolution coming in at 2048 x 1536 pixels. Samsung's Super AMOLED has always topped ratings and is automatically a notch above IPS displays. Pixel density comes in at only 264 PPI (Pixels Per Inch) which is a bit below what other devices sport. But this is still among the better displays around without a doubt.
Optimum Multimedia Performance:
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is powered by a Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820 combining 2 Quad-Core Kryo processors. Clock speeds come in at above 2.15 GHz. This setup also integrates an Adreno 530 GPU (Graphics Processing Unit).
To sum it up, Samsung integrates a processing configuration which is easily enough to power anything that a user may try on it at the top display resolution without lag and seamlessly. This is a multimedia tablet, and this Snapdragon 820 series is rated as one of the best graphics processing chipset formats around.
Enhanced Battery Backup:
A huge 6000 mAh battery powers this device to provide 12 Hours of video playback – another feature to make this device a top-end multimedia tablet.
No-Complains Camera Setup:
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has strong upgrades in the camera. The rear camera is a 13 MP shooter with a f/1.9 aperture along with AF and LED flash. The front camera is a 5 MP camcorder with a f/2.2 aperture. Sharper aperture allows improved low light still-images. Video recording comes in at 2160p and 1080p HDR.
This device comes with a single RAM and ROM configuration of 4 GB and 32 GB respectively.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 runs on Android 7.0 Nougat with all through Nougat updates for users.
Included S Pen:
A worthwhile mention, Samsung adds a 0.7 mm tip 'S Pen' right into the package. Rated highly as one of the best non-charging styluses, it adds more value to this Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.
Connectivity and Other Additional Features:
Wi-Fi only or LTE plus variants, Bluetooth 4.2, USB 3.1, USB Type-C.
Philippines Market Forecast for Samsung Galaxy Tab S3:
The Philippines are an important market in the South-East Asian region. A dry-run market linking American and Asian ones, it has come up as a hotspot over the past few years. Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is easily among the most anticipated devices. And it looks perfectly poised and decked up on paper. To be released by May 2017, it may just lead the high-end tablet sales sheets as it wants to.