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Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 lit up in the GFXBench

Samsung is working on a new top-end Galaxy Tab S3. According to the latest leaks, the novelty will be available in the Exynos and Snapdragon chipsets.

One of the options for Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will have the same chipset as in the smartphone Galaxy Note 5 — the Exynos 7420, and will be equipped with 4 Gb of RAM, a port USB Type-C and a fingerprint scanner built into the “Home”button.

Планшет Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 засветился в GFXBench - фото 1Recently the benchmark GFXBench lit up another version of the Galaxy Tab S3 that will work on the chipset Snapdragon 820, will get 4 Gb of RAM and 32 Gb of flash memory.

According to benchmarks, the new tablet will feature a 12-megapixel main camera with LED flash, 5-megapixel front camera, a 9.6-inch screen with a resolution of 2048х1538 pixels and will work under the operating system Android 7.0 Nougat.

This modification of the tablet will be released in two versions — SM-T825 SM-T820, the first of which will support LTE, and the second – only Wi-Fi.

Recall that many were expecting the announcement of Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 more at the September IFA exhibition in 2016, but his exit is rumored to have been delayed due to issues with the Galaxy Note 7.

Now the majority of informants expect that the presentation of the new tablet will be held in late February at the exhibition MWC 2017.

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