Scheduled to be released by the end of the month, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 now has a price tag, according to one of the major retailers in the U.S.
Best Buy recently created an official listing for the upcoming Android tablet and gave it a price of $600. The listing also included a rundown of the device's key specs and features, as well as images of the tablet from different angles. The listing also mentioned the S-Pen stylus, which was touted by Samsung to be their most advanced to date. It was constructed to be bigger than its predecessors and is now similar to a regular pen when compared side-by-side.
The listing mentioned other specs like the tablet's Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display and the 13MP camera that comes with an integrated flash for low light. The Best Buy listing, however, was for the "Wi-Fi only" model of the Tab S3. Other confirmed features for the gadget include multi-touch capabilities of up to five fingers, a Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820 chipset, and a Quad-core (2x2.15 GHz Kryo & 2x1.6 GHz Kryo) CPU.
Moreover, the Tab S3 also comes with a 4GB RAM, 32GB of internal memory, an expandable microSD card slot that can support up to 256 GB, and a front-mounted fingerprint sensor. Users can also expect the 9.7-inch tablet to provide fast battery charging, as well as photo, video, and document editing capabilities.
Meanwhile, a report from GSM Arena said that the tablet will cost €679 in Europe for the Wi-Fi model and €769 for the LTE-capable one. As for the 4G model, it is speculated to be around the $700 price range.
As for Samsung's other devices, it can be recalled that the tech giant opted to delay the unveiling of the Galaxy S8, which was originally speculated to take place during the Mobile World Congress last February. Instead, they chose a much later date, March 29, for the official launch of their flagship smartphone.