Leaked Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 manual shows it in all its glory

OMG! Even before its official launch, we have got a glimpse of what exactly Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will look like, thanks to the leaked manual. The manual spills all the details about each and every nook and corner of the upcoming Galaxy Tablet. Looking impressive in whichever angle you want to view it, Samsung seems to have done a pretty good job with it.

Unveiling the details one by one, let us take a look at the first image showing the front of the Tab. The first thing that strikes your eye is the fingerprint sensor embedded in the front home key, which we believe will be placed at the rear in Galaxy S8. On the right side we have the power key, volume key, microphone, SIM card/memory card tray, another microphone- all in the said order from top to bottom. The front camera and light sensor sits on upper side of the Tab.

The bottom shows two speakers along with USB Type-C port and a Headset jack while we have another two speakers at the top. On the left hand side, there is a keyboard dock port. The rear of Galaxy Tab S3 shows the primary camera and a flash below it.

Read: Galaxy Tab S3 Specs Leak

Coming to other features, mention should be made of the S Pen which has a clip, probably to allow users to clip it onto the side of the device, as a stylus slot is missing in the Tab. There’s the Screen Off memo which once activated allows user to write a memo with the S Pen even when the screen is off. The memo gets saved in the Samsung Notes folder by default.

Samsung has carried the Secure Folder in this Tab as well which was first seen on Galaxy Note 7. The Folder protects private content and apps from being accessed by others, even when the device is unlocked. Air command and the Grace UX features have also been incorporated here.

Read: Galaxy Nougat Update Release Date

Samsung has scheduled an MWC launch for Galaxy Tab S3 to be held on February 26th.

via Sammobile

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Nuzhat is a day-dreamer with imaginations running sky-high. Her love for tech is a recent one which she is still unwrapping and trying to decipher. Once a news-savvy journalist, she is now a tech-savvy author. Email: [email protected]

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