Samsung Galaxy Tab S3: Design, specs, price, release date, and all you need to know

By now, it’s almost certain that Samsung won’t be unveiling its much-anticipated Galaxy S8 and S8 edge (Plus?) flagships at MWC 2017.  Samsung has traditionally unveiled its annual flagship smartphones just a day or so before the trade show kicked off, but it seems that 2017 would be the exception to the rule.
This doesn’t mean the tech giant won’t be at the expo or wouldn’t treat its fans to some new hardware, though. It’s the invitation for Samsung’s MWC 2017 keynote event that seemingly reveals the most. Aside from the place and the time of the event, it is a dead giveaway that Sammy is about to announce a relatively big device with a sloping edge-to-edge display. 
The device in question is most definitely the third generation of Samsung’s not-too-shabby Tab S tablet lineup, which has been neglected for a while, but it looks like Sammy is about to right that wrong. Here’s everything we know about the expected Samsung Galaxy Tab S3!
In the past, Samsung has usually unveiled two sizes of essentially one and the same device. First there were the Tab S 8.4 and the Tab S 10.5, then came the Tab S2 8.0-inch and the Tab S2 9.7-inch tablets. If logic is anything to go by (and it usually is), Samsung will most likely give us two flavors of one and the same tablet once again. The smaller one would probably sport a display roughly 8 inches in diagonal, whereas leaks indicate that the larger one would likely flaunt a 9.6″ or a 9.7″ display.
As far as design is concerned, we can only speculate what’s about to come. True, schematics and renders have leaked, and while these clearly indicate that Samsung is not moving away from the standard tablet form factor, there is no indication whether the third-gen Tab S devices will be plastic-fantastic like their predecessors or they’ll step things up with a more premium design language. We can’t lie, we’d love to see this come with a more premium design. It will be great if Samsung’s smartphone designs can be mated with the tablet lineup and adorn the upcoming slates with ample amounts of glass and metal on the outside. That’d be great, right?
Here are the renders based on the leaked schematics we mentioned. Weirdly, there doesn’t seem to be a home button, which is in contrast with what we’ve heard about the device. 
Render of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 surfaces Popular galleries

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