One feature of the new and greatest tablet from Samsung so far is its looks. Instead of plastic or metal, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 comes with a handsome all-glass back panel. It looks like a bigger variant of the Galaxy S7. The said device is renowned for its beautiful and trendy style.
The premium Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has a 9.7-inch Super AMOLED monitor with a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels. The specs render it suitable for streaming videos and movies. There are speakers in each corner of the tablet that are loud enough to fill a space.
CNET said that the claim to fame of the tablet is that it is the first of its type to have HDR (High Dynamic Range) support. But HDR services such as images, movies, and TV shows are not yet eligible for uploading or viewing. The fingerprint reader embedded on the home button, the comfortable-to-use S Pen stylus, a headphone port, and USB-C fast-charging are other noteworthy features of the said tablet.
One factor going against the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is its keyboard. The dilemma is that users need to dole out a little extra cash (a lot actually). Samsung is charging more than $100 for the accessory. The Tab S3 can also be enjoyed as an amusement system for anyone who can or would not afford a separate keyboard.
However, business people would use the keyboard to accomplish further duties. Aside from its expense, it is not possible to alter the keyboard case to modify the viewing angles when the keys are not backlit, rendering it challenging to use in the dark. In addition, since the screen goes to sleep upon disconnecting from the keys, users do not switch seamlessly from laptop to tablet mode.
What’s in the package?
The keyboard case includes a pen holster that is bundled upon purchasing with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. This ensures that buying the keyboard is important if users wish to hold the S Pen securely tucked on the device.