The MWC 2017 trade show saw several of Samsung’s goods and even though the Galaxy S8 was not among the company’s premium products, it still had a host of things that were targeted to a wide range of consumers. From computing machines to tablets, Samsung was taking its sweet time releasing the successor of its Galaxy Tab S2 and it looks like all of that time and effort was used to take the things that made the company’s phones such a great product and apply them to Android-powered tablets.
Galaxy Tab S3 is such a tablet that has been fused with properties belonging to the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy Note7 and scaled to a massive size. Are you looking for a premium tablet down the road to help complement your workflow and entertainment side for the next couple of years? If yes, then here are several things you’d like to know about the glass and metal encased slate.