Feb 28, 2017 05:57 PM EST
Samsung has been known for producing some of the finest tablets in town such as their Galaxy Tab Pro S which was launched last year. Samsung is continuously expanding its well-loved Galaxy family with the addition of three tablets, the Galaxy Tab S3, Galaxy Book 10, and Galaxy Book 12.
In the official press release of Samsung, the technical specifications of the three tablets were unleashed and some tech enthusiasts already noted that the three tablets are equipped with better features compared to the Galaxy Tab Pro S. The three tablets are also powered by Microsoft's Windows 10.
Samsung noted that the Galaxy Tab S3 will be a 9.7-inch tablet carrying an AMOLED display. With this, the Galaxy Tab S3 also showcases a high dynamic range on videos captured using it because of its 10 bit colored feature. Moreover, the said tablet also comes with a refined version of the S Pen. This updated stylus has a 0.7 mm tip which makes note taking and illustrating easier.
With the Galaxy Tab S3, Samsung targets music lovers as it is the first Samsung tablet offering which will have the quad-stereo speakers tuned by AKG by HARMAN. More than this, Samsung also aims to attract gamers as this tablet includes Vulkan API which is known for giving off good graphics.
The other two tablets are actually under the Galaxy Book classification. The Galaxy Book, as stated on The Verge, shall be available in two sizes: a 10.6-inch and 12-inch. These tablets are also perfect for professionals as they can be easily transformed into a notebook. To cater to the expectations of a tablet-notebook, Samsung equipped the 10.6-inch model with an Intel® Core™ m3 processor, Dual core 2.6GHz while the 12-inch model has one of the best processors in town, the 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor, Dual Core 3.1GHz.
Several tablet fans during the Mobile World Congress 2017 can't wait to know the release dates of the three tablets in the market. For more updates, just stay tuned only here in the Science Times.
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