News and updates regarding new electronic gadgets from Samsung keep on coming every now and then. The latest one that has come up has revealed the fact that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is going to be unveiled by its manufacturer during the Mobile World Congress 2017 which is going to be held in the month of February in Spain.
Previous rumours had come in that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 was going to be released during the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2017. However, Samsung did not take the name of the Galaxy Tab 3 during the CES which has prompted speculators to believe that the device is going to be launched during the MWC which will start on February 27 and continue till March 2.
Also the fact that a new device with model number SM-T825 has appeared on Bluetooth.org has provided a real boost to the speculation that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will be making an appearance on the market during the MWC 2017. The device also appeared on the website of Wi-Fi alliance with a note that the product is from Samsung which provides a further boost to the rumours.
It has been reported previously that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will come out in two variants based on screen dimensions – an 8-inch one and a 9.7-inch one. Along with that, the device is going to come out with a 4K AMOLED display. Under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is expected to sport an Exynos 8890 processor and have a 4 GB RAM.
Nothing much has been revealed regarding the probable specs and features of the device, and we will have to keep on waiting in order to get a confirmation regarding what the features of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is going to be. As it stands now, the fans won’t have to wait for long in order to get an update as the device might be unveiled during the MWC 2017.