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Samsung’s next flagship tablet enters testing in India

We exclusively reported last month that Samsung’s next flagship tablet – the Galaxy Tab S3 – is going to be released in the first quarter of 2017. Both the Wi-Fi-only (SM-T820) and LTE variant (SM-T825) of the 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S3 are now in the pipeline. The tablet has now been spotted for the first time making its way to India where Samsung often performs tests on unreleased devices.

The Galaxy Tab S3 has been spotted in Indian import tracker Zauba which shows that multiple units of the Galaxy Tab S3 LTE variant (SM-T825) have been imported into India for the purpose of research and development as well as evaluation. Little is known about the specifications of Samsung’s next flagship tablet at this point in time but it’s expected that the tablet will feature an AMOLED display. We’ll bring you more information about the Galaxy Tab S3 as it comes in, for now, you can just keep your fingers crossed for an early launch of this tablet in the first quarter next year if you really want to buy a new tablet from Samsung.

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MStuart
MStuart

Two things:

1- SM-T825 was already imported into India two years ago;

http://www.sammobile.com/2015/01/29/sm-t825-could-be-the-new-galaxy-tab-s/

2- What makes you think this will be indeed the new Tab S3 and that it will be a 9.7″ tablet?

HomerS66
HomerS66

I want the aspect ratio of the original Galaxy Tab S with 16:10, if the Tab S 3 had that ratio aswell, i would get it.
A different ratio with 3:2 would also be alright but not 4:3.

MStuart
MStuart

Yeah, I can imagine pretty much everybody would be OK with 3:2. Especially 16:9 lovers who still haven’t realised they’ve been using 16:10 tablets all along 😀

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

They should really bring two versions of the tablet, both of medium size. one with an aspect ratio of 9:16 and the other 4:3. because my original Tab S is great for media consumption and browsing the web.

eSeM
eSeM

Lets face it, tablets are not a great deal of use for anything other than media consumption and browsing the web. The S3 is another Samsung tablet I wont be buying.