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Samsung’s Mobile World Congress 2017 press event kicks off in minutes. While we aren’t expecting it to be the showcase for the Galaxy S8, Samsung should still have plenty of stuff to talk about, including a new Galaxy Tab S3. But if you really just came hoping to see the Galaxy S8, Samsung might show […] Watch Samsung’s MWC 2017 Press Conference Live! is a post from: Droid Life
The last time we saw the S Pen, it was being jettisoned from shelves along with the Note 7. Fortunately, you can’t keep a good stylus down — Samsung is announcing the Galaxy Tab S3 at Mobile World Congress this weekend, and in addition to some helpful changes from the previous generation, it’s coming with support […]
For the first time in what seems like ages, Samsung hasn't brought a flagship smartphone to Mobile World Congress. It seems like we'll have to wait until well after the show for our first look at the Galaxy S8, but at least we've got a new Android tablet to fiddle with in the meantime.
Samsung may not be ready to unveil the Galaxy S8 smartphone just yet, but it still has fancy new hardware for us here at MWC. In addition to the Tab S3, the company is showing off two new hybrids that it's calling the Galaxy Book. They're...
Samsung fans, prepare to be disappointed. The company's big MWC 2017 press conference is about to begin, but we met with Samsung last week and we already know everything the company plans to unveil on stage on Sunday in Barcelona. When the show is over in an hour or so, you will be disappointed.
Samsung is introducing two new tablets centered not only around productivity but also incorporates the foundations of its Galaxy model devices. Soon to hit store shelves will be the Galaxy Tab S3 along with the 10.6-inch and 12-inch Galaxy Book detachable tablet. However, the company has declined to share when pre-orders will begin, the price, […]
Samsung announced two new tablets during its MWC event in Barcelona, and one of them can run the full version of Windows 10. The Galaxy Tab S3 is a high-end Android tablet with special features centered around entertainment, and the
Samsung has officially announced a brand new Android product at Mobile World Congress. As expected, it’s a brand new tablet. Officially known as the Galaxy Tab S3, Samsung unveiled the device today, showcasing a new flagship device with a large 9.7-inch display and all the bells and whistles [...]
Samsung is back in the high-end tablet space with their latest offering. We find out what it has to offer, in this hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3!
The Galaxy Tab S3 is now official. So what does it bring to the table? Let's find out.
Along with the Galaxy Book parts being launched today, Samsung also announced the next generation of Galaxy Tab. The S3 is also an iterative design, with what Samsung believes is the premium Android tablet available in the market. Starting...
Samsung's latest Android tablet looks to take on Apple's iPad, while its Galaxy Book takes on Microsoft's Surface Pro.
The latest from Samsung is set to be unveiled. Even though we know the Galaxy S8 won't arrive until April, Samsung is well overdue for a tablet lineup refresh and that's what we're expecting to see at its MWC 2017 press conference. In...
A leaked image shows Samsung's next tablet, the Galaxy Tab S3, with a keyboard. Here's a roundup of all the Tab 3 rumors we've seen before MWC 2017.
Samsung plans on unveiling a new tablet at this year’s Mobile World Congress, while it keeps wraps on its upcoming flagship smartphone for a bit longer. That tablet is expected to be the Galaxy Tab S3, and now we’ve got a clear image of the upcoming device thanks to serial leaker Evan Blass (
Thanks to a system dump from the upcoming Tab S3, we have additional confirmation of the GS8's design and our first look at the on-screen buttons. And what's this? A desktop dock?
New images of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 have leaked courtesy of a Taiwanese approvals board. The new tablet appears to feature the same metal and glass design as Samsung's most recent phones.