Samsung reportedly launching the Galaxy Tab S3 on September 1
Samsung’s mobile division is known for three things – churning out great devices, releasing fast software updates and releasing new devices to continue the line of old ones. Putting all of these into consideration, Samsung didn’t then exactly live up to expectations with the Galaxy Tab S2 which has been in the market for a long time now without a successor.
Sometimes this year though, they created a new and improved version of the Galaxy Tab S2 and even added some of the latest OS and features to it to spice things up but users were having none of that. They wanted the real thing, and the real thing was an improvement to the Galaxy Tab s3.
Well, it now seems that Samsung has finally heard the cries of their customers because he south Korean OEM is already working on the new device to continue the line of the Galaxy Tab S.
Reportedly, the device would be launched at a later date of September 1 but interesting enough, there has been no leak at all to suggest what we are waiting for. The best thing right now is just to take this with a pinch of salt, keep our fingers crossed and wait for what Samsung would do.
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