Samsung Galaxy Tab S3: Is The Specs Worth The Price?

Although Samsung has yet to reveal much on the Galaxy Tab S3, a Best Buy listing has leaked how much the Wi-Fi variant would cost. For those unaware, the Galaxy Tab S3 comes in Wi-Fi and LTE versions.

Best Buy lists the device as $600 for 32GB internal storage over in the United States. This comes on par with its price in other parts of the world.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S3 model is now available for pre-order in Germany for €679 and Canada for CAD 799.99, as revealed by GSMArena. These countries have listed March 24 as the launch date.

Meanwhile, the tablet costs £600 in the UK and it is expected to be launched on April 7. Only the US is still left in the dark as Best Buy merely lists it as “coming soon.”

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will be rivaling the smaller version of the iPad Pro with its 9.7-inch Super AMOLED display with HDR support. This tablet will be equipped with Snapdragon 820 with 4GB RAM.

The device also comes with the S Pen stylus along with a technology called the Samsung Flow. It also allows great gaming experience as it comes with Vulkan API for premium graphics and Game Launcher.

Aside that, the Galaxy Tab S3 features a 13MP and 5MP cameras, 6,000 mAh battery, quick charging feature and runs on Android Nougat.

Well, judging from these specs, do you think the price is worth it? Take a look at the video below for a better understanding of Samsung’s new tablet.