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So, while samsung won’t be bringing the Galaxy S8 to next month’s Mobile World Congress, it reportedly won’t be arriving empty handed.
Additionally, Naver reports that the device will cost 7000,000 South Korean won, or approximately $600, about $100 more than the 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S2.
According to a new report from South Korea-based Naver News, samsung is prepping the release of a new Galaxy Tab S, the first update to its high end Android tablet in nearly a year and a half.
Should I be excited: At this point, any new Android tablet release is reason to take notice, but we’re going to need a little more information before we can draw any conclusions.
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Review of Last Year’s samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge
This is the samsung Galaxy S8, launching March 29 January 26, 2017Venture Beat’s report closely aligns with a recent scoop by The Guardian that revealed some of Samsung’s key plans for the Galaxy S8.
That design decision should help the devices feel fairly similar to last year’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in the hand.
Gone are the physical home button and touch-sensitive navigation buttons; instead, a large, curved display that seemingly runs edge to edge dominates the Galaxy S8.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 will be unveiled on March 29th, according to a new report from Venture Beat that also includes the first photo we’ve seen of the coming flagship.
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You won’t get the Galaxy S8 phone next month, but Samsung could reveal the Galaxy Tab S3 tablet
The Tab S3 would be a follow-up to the Tab S2, which impressed CNET with its superb screen.
SamsungWhile we don’t know for sure what samsung will show us, there is a rumor it’ll be the Galaxy Tab S3, according to SamMobile citing a Korean source.
CNET will be covering mobile World Congress 2017 live from Spain, so stay tuned for all the news.
Holding back its star Galaxy phone at the largest mobile tech show leaves Samsung’s rivals in a better position to drum up excitement about their coming devices, like the LGG6.
Up Next iphone 7 propels Apple to record-shattering salesWe already know that Samsung’s next landmark phone, the Galaxy S8, won’t make its debut at the Mobile World Congress tech show late next month, but that doesn’t mean samsung will come empty-handed.