Android tablets are dead? Don’t tell that to Samsung – the Korean company has just released a premium Android tablet unsurprisingly called the Galaxy Tab S3 in MWC. Despite feeling like a consolation prize to not giving us the Galaxy S8, the new Tab S3 is one of the best looking Android tablets the company has released in a while, though one wonders if there’s still a place of high-end tablets.
The Tab S3 packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor in its innards, along with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage. The 9.7-inch display uses a Super AMOLED panel and QXGA resolution (2048 x 1536). The tablet comes with its Samsung’s S-Pen and all the software tricks that it brings, and a keyboard if you’re the sort of guy that wants to work on the road using an Android device.
The tablet uses a metal frame to keep everything feeling premium and sturdy, and Samsung’s hidden a fingerprint scanner on the physical home button just like its other offerings. There’s four speakers scattered around the body for superior audio and the display supports HDR content once it’s available.
Samsung has not put a price on the Galaxy Tab S3.