"Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is a classy and glassy Android tablet"
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Mobile World Congress 2018
Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is a classy and glassy Android tablet
Some people think that Android tablets are dead but those people aren't Samsung.
The company just announced the Galaxy Tab S3 to kick off Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Samsung spiffied up the updated model with the Glossy glass back panel instead of a plastic one.
The stylish new design really cements the Galaxy Tab S3 as a high end tablet.
It runs Android 6.0 and features a stunningly sharp [UNKNOWN] resolution on its 9.7 inch screen.
The tablet comes with a stylist, with Samsung still calls the F-pen.
There is some software integration that makes it easy and even fun to use, but it is not as fully integrated as the Samsung Note Series.
There is a keyboard cases available for it that connect magnetically.
Similar to the Microsoft Series Pro but it's sold separately the keyboard is similar to the one that's bundled with the Samsung galaxy book.
A new Windows 10 tablet that Samsung also just announced.
That model comes in two sizes, but the Galaxy Tab S3 is only available in a 9.7 inch model.
Inside, you'll find the snapdragon 820 processor and 32 gigabytes GB of internal storage that's expandable via micro sd card expansion slot.
It also has a USB type c port, that supports fast charging.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 was one of the best Android tablets to buy, for a very long time, and we expect nothing less from the next in line.
So far, the Galaxy Tab S3, looks like a very promising successor.
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