Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
The summer months tend to be a little productive time where new releases are concerned, but lately Samsung does not rest nor in the middle of August. A week ago the company announced the expected and archi-filtrado Samsung Galaxy Note 7, and expected to launch more devices at the IFA fair at the end of month.
Although the summer is shaping up interesting to Samsung, it was usually the time chosen to renew its range of more advanced tablets. During the past two years, Samsung has chosen the hottest months to announce the Galaxy Tab S, but for the moment there has been movements by brand. This could change soon, and is that a mysterious Tablet Samsung has received FCC certificate, and everything indicates that it is the Galaxy Tab S3.
It is not the first time that we hear talk about the series Tab S3. In early June, the known filtering Evan Blass published several images which would be 8 inches, accompanied by some of the key specifications, model but we are still waiting for the launch, although this could change soon.
The FCC registration does not provide the name of the product, but some facts that point to that we are at the beginning with measures 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S3. The new model has dimensions of 237.1 x 168,8 mm, figures close to the S2 9.7 Tab measures, which are 237,3 x 169 mm.
Unless Samsung to change course, this model will feature a panel Super AMOLED’s 9.7-inch with 2,048 x 1,536 pixels resolution, and next to it should get a more compact 8 inch model. The registry collects data about a processor with CPU at 1.6 GHz and connections, including Bluetooth 4.2, dual-band WiFi, optional LTE NFC.
Currently there are no much information on their technical specifications, but everything indicates that There will be too many differences with respect to the model of the previous year. On the date of filing there is nothing confirmed, although the fact that has passed the FCC indicated that the launch could be closer what we think. Will the Galaxy Tab S3 be the protagonists of the Samsung booth at the IFA fair? In a few weeks we will leave doubts.