Reasons Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Could Be a Flop
After Presenting their new tablet at MWC 2017 in Barcelona, Samsung reminded users and other manufacturers that they still believe in the tablet market.
The Galaxy Tab S3 is a top-range tablet which aims to rival the iPad Pro.
A risky bet for the South Korean manufacturer as sales in this sector are in decline.
Due to the absence of the new Galaxy S8, Samsung finally presented their new top-range tablet, the Galaxy Tab 3.
Proof that the South Korean manufacturer wanted to leave their mark on the 2017 Mobile World Congress.
However, it’s hard to be optimistic for the success of the new Samsung tablet.
The Tab S3 is an attractive product, but perhaps it has arrived too late to the party.
We’ve been waiting more than 18 months for Samsung to present a successor to the Galaxy Tab S2. Simply called ‘Tab S3’, the tablet is generally along the same lines as its predecessor.
Unfortunately, contrary to what you would expect from all the anticipation surrounding its introduction,
the tablet is quite traditional and doesn’t offer a design that could rival other tablets on the market – which is what it needed to do.
It doesn’t have a curved or bezel-less display, but a simple 9.7-inch screen and a similar definition to the Tab S2 (1536 x 2048 pixels).
Its weight has increased, but remains contained (429 g for the WiFi version and 434 g for the 4G version).
This allows it to house a larger battery (6,000 mAh) which ensures efficient battery life for the device.
What do you think of the Galaxy Tab S3?