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Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 goes through GFXBench

For those looking for a high-end Samsung tablet nowadays, the option will be the Galaxy Tab S2, and having this terminal hit the market in 2015, it cannot be said to be properly new. This could change this quarter with the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, which left an air of its grace in GFXBench revealing your specifications.

The test bench reveals that this tablet will be 0.1 inches smaller than its predecessor, standing at 9.6 inches, but retains the 2048×1536 resolution, with a 4: 3 ratio, the same as found on Tab S2.

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The Galaxy Tab S3, named SM-T820 / 825, will come this time with a processor that perhaps no one was expecting. In place of Samsung's classic Exynos processor, according to the test bench, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad-core processor. , much more recent, will certainly be a better option and will give better performance to the device.

As for the other specifications, the new South Korean manufacturer's tablet is expected to arrive with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory (24GB of available memory, with 8GB reserved for the system). The new tablet will also feature a 12.8MP rear camera and a camera for selfies with 5MP resolution.

Speculating that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will not be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona, ​​the spotlight is expected to turn the spotlight on Samsung's new tablet, so we will be waiting for the event for more information. the same.

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