The flagship smartphone will come in two variants based on display size - 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch - with the bigger variant called the Galaxy S8+.
It was reported earlier that Android 7.0 Nougat would be released to the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy Tab A with S Pen, Galaxy Tab S2 (LTE unlock), Galaxy A3, and Galaxy A8 in the first half of this year. The latest render of the Samsung tablet shows off the Galaxy Tab S2's successor including the S Pen stylus, but as a standalone accessory. Samsung could perhaps launch an 8-inch variant as well, although no leaks have hinted at a smaller variant just yet. However, a listing on the GFX Bench that appeared last month showed that the Samsung device will have in the end a 9.6 inches Full HD display. At the time it was unclear if it was the Galaxy Tab S3, the Galaxy S8, or some other device the company was prepared to launch. The tablet is also rumored to feature a 12MP camera at the back and a 5MP camera on the front. Since there have been rumors of the Galaxy S8 ditching the home button though, it seemed like it was going to be the Galaxy Tab S3. Consumers would be hoping that the Galaxy Tab S3 will also be sleek and light weight.
The only real difference in this image is that there's an S Pen stylus beside the slate. To add to the hype, the company is also rumored to be hoarding the full-clocked Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipsets for the Galaxy S8, which is apparently compelling other manufacturers to settle with other chipsets for their upcoming flagship smartphone.
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The company is again chasing the decisions of its competitors-all of which offer an unlimited plan in some form or another. AT&T now only sells unlimited data plans to customers who also subscribe to the company's DirecTV or U-Verse TV service.
There were lots of rumors concerning the processor and the RAM that would be included on the tablet, but a leak we got in January suggested that we will see 3GB RAM.
Whether the Galaxy Tab S3 will be able to replicate the success of its predecessor remains to be seen.