Ahead of its official launch on Feb 26th during the Mobile World Congress meet, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has landed at certification site FCC. The FCC reveals the design of the new Galaxy Tab which has been listed as model number SM-T820 with FCC ID engraved on rear bottom of the device.
Strangely enough, a leak showing the FCC design of the Galaxy Tab S3, surfaced online as early as February 1st at Chinese microblogging site Weibo (where else!). And that was not all. It also carried the spechseet, which the recent FCC listing fails to throw light upon.
The FCC design shows the rear side of the Tab S3 where the camera can be located at the top-center with the flash just below it. While in its predecessor Galaxy Tab S2, the flash is placed towards one extreme side.
Anyways, based on the past leak, we do know that the new Tab will be equipped with 9.6 inch screen (2048 x 1536 pixels) and maintain the 4:3 ratio, as seen earlier in Galaxy Tab S2. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 820 paired with 4GB RAM.
We now have a rough idea about the design and specsheet of Galaxy Tab S3. What leaves us still curious is what price label Samsung will attach to the Tab. Leaksters, are you hearing? Oh err, reading? We are all ears and waiting for this particular piece of info!