May 25, 2017 05:11 PM EDT
Since its official release in the US, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has already made millions of fans with its tremendous looks. The device was originally launched with a price tag of $599.99 only. Now the sensational tablet is available with a big discount in the country.
According to GSMArena, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is now selling at a $50 less price than its regular price in the United States. The tablet boasts some of the extraordinary range of specs and features. Samsung Tab S3 flaunts 9.7-inch display with the highest resolution up to 2048 X 1536 pixel. The tablet is powered by Snapdragon 820 processor, which ensures greater utility in terms of multitasking and high-level operations. As for memory, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 boasts a 4 GB RAM setup which has been coupled with 32 GB internal storage. As for operating system, the smashing tablet runs on Android 7.0 Nougat setup. Moreover, there is also room for the software update to the next level.
Geeky Gadgets pointed that besides having a range of spectacular attributes, the tablet also holds a revamped battery. Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 comes with 6000 mAh power cell, which ensures long lasting power back up. The handset has now been price tagged at $549.99 only at major retail shops. But Amazon is also moving one step ahead in this race a $6 more price slash than the ordinary discount. Samsung Galaxy S3 Tab has now been price tagged at $543.48 in the major marketplace. The only thing that may bother some buyers is the color option availability there.
Amazon is offering this revolutionary offer for Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 with its Silver variant only. The black version is available with only $50 price slash. There is no information available about how many days the offer would last. The buyers who are interested are recommended to order it as soon as possible.
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