The latest from Samsung is set to be unveiled. Even though we know the Galaxy S8 won't arrive until April, Samsung is well overdue for a tablet lineup refresh and that's what we're expecting to see at its MWC 2017 press conference. In...Show More Summary
A leaked image shows Samsung's next tablet, the Galaxy Tab S3, with a keyboard. Here's a roundup of all the Tab 3 rumors we've seen before MWC 2017.
Samsung plans on unveiling a new tablet at this year’s Mobile World Congress, while it keeps wraps on its upcoming flagship smartphone for a bit longer. That tablet is expected to be the Galaxy Tab S3, and now we’ve got a clear image of the upcoming device thanks to serial leaker Evan Blass (
Thanks to a system dump from the upcoming Tab S3, we have additional confirmation of the GS8's design and our first look at the on-screen buttons. And what's this? A desktop dock?
Now we can take a real look at the Galaxy Tab S3 as it makes its way through Taiwan's NNC, gaining certification for the SM-T820 model.
New images of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 have leaked courtesy of a Taiwanese approvals board. The new tablet appears to feature the same metal and glass design as Samsung's most recent phones.
The separate release of Samsung’s next-generation models of its flagship smartphone and tablet — the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Tab S3 – seems to in the horizon already. The latter could be announced in a week while the former’s grand unveiling could happen next month. Show More Summary
A leaked picture joins the other abundant rumors surrounding Samsung's next big tablet.
A new press render confirms the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will include an S Pen.
A new report claims to have a leaked render of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Android tablet, ahead of its official reveal at MWC 2017.
The Galaxy Tab S3 will ship with an S Pen, but the tablet won't have a place for the stylus. Is Samsung trying to get rid of the extra styluses from the Note 7 disaster?
Samsung's S Pen, a hallmark of the company's Note line, could give the upcoming tablet an extra layer of functionality.
According to a new report, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 may end up with support for the S Pen as an optional accessory.
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