According to a new information leak, the new Samsung Galaxy S8, to be released in March, is expected to come with a pair of wireless noise-cancelling headphones. Hence, the company could launch the Tab S3 - its flagship tablet for 2017.
The news comes after a filing for the product appeared at U.S. telecoms regulator the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). For the optics, both the variants will come with a 12-megapixel rear facing the camera with f/1.7 aperture and 8-megapixel front-facing camera.
Past rumours have suggested that the Galaxy Tab S3 will be a major upgrade to its predecessor, which was originally launched back in September 2015.
We have already had confirmation that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 would be a no show at the Mobile World Congress later next month but Samsung may still have something to show off at the show after all. Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is apparently getting an Android 7.0 Nougat update soon.
Samsung may choose to stick with these options as it looks to draw in as many new customers as possible.
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Regarding the price and launch, the official unveiling is expected to take place on March 29 with the release scheduled for sometime in April.
Reports claim that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will be released at MWC 2017 which will be sporting 9.7-inch display, a bit old processor and powerful RAM. The first is that Soneira seems convinced that the Galaxy S8 will only be available with a curved OLED screen, just like the Note 7.
In terms of internals, rumors suggest the phone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip under the hood, ship with 64 GB of internal storage, and support up to 256 GB of expandable storage via a microSD slot. The South Korean tech giant apparently designed a special docking station for the Galaxy S8 which allows consumers to easily connect their phone to a larger monitor and use it as a traditional desktop PC.
Two capacitive keys flanking an elongated home button have always been a staple of Samsung phone and tablet design. We're looking at what appears to be a large, nearly bezel-less dual edge display on the front.