This Would be the Design of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3: The First Tablet With Curved Display

According to information known so far, it is more than likely that the device to be announced is the new Galaxy Tab S3, the South Korean firm’s new high-end tablet, whose specifications came to light not too many days ago.

Just a few days ago we were able to confirm Samsung’s attendance at the Mobile World Congress 2017 later this month, with the announcement of a new tablet to be presented on 26th.

And today, the first images of this new device have come to light, revealing new secrets about its design and physical appearance, and above all, confirming a detail that we were not expecting: a curved screen.

Samsung takes its edge screen to tablets

So far, the curved or edge screens had been exclusively for the company’s star smartphones. But now, as we are we know that everything seems to point out that the new Galaxy Tab S3 will feature a curved panel on both sides of its screen. Most likely, in addition, the tablet software will have features specific to this feature.

On the other hand, as can be seen in the image, the glass that will form the back of the tablet, also will have a curvature on both sides, following the design line that marked the now defunct Galaxy Note7. In this way, Samsung will seek to take maximum care of the appearance and ergonomics of your new device.

If we look back, we will remember that the tablet would have features that would be at the top of the current Android tablet landscape, not too difficult on the other hand. The screen would be 9.7 inches with a resolution of 2,048 x 1536 pixels and SuperAMOLED technology, while its interior will be headed by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, accompanied by 4 GB of RAM and 32 or 128 GB of storage. All this will be running on Android 7.0 Nougat.

Finally, it is necessary to remember that the Galaxy Tab S3 will be presented on February 26 in Barcelona, and rumored that its price could start from $600 for the version with WiFi connectivity, while this figure would be slightly increased in the variant with support for mobile networks.


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