According to PhoneArena, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 could finally be making its way sometime in the first quarter. The report hints at a possible release at the Mobile World Congress in February.
Towards the end of 2016, many sources had spotted the Galaxy Tab S3 on Zauba, India’s import-export tracking website. Before that, many reports had claimed that Samsung will be debuting the Tab S at IFA in September 2016. But, the schedule was altered and the Seoul-based manufacturer had to push the debut date of the tablet.
Based on a report by SamMobile, it seems that the tablet has already gained its Bluetooth and WiFi certifications. Apparently these certifications were given to the device with the model number SM-T825, which is said to be the Tab S3.
The tablet is slated to “have flagship-level specifications,” revealed IBT. So, it won’t be all that surprising to find the device coming with the latest processor, a large RAM and maybe even some of the best internals around.
Samsung kept mum on this new tablet at the CES 2017 this week, thus many folks are claiming that it could be looking toward the MWC as the ideal platform to introduce its long-awaited device. Let’s hope the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 would finally get the attention it has long deserved.