There was a time where I seriously considered the merits of getting an Android tablet. In my head I had my desktop in my work room, my laptop in my bedroom and my phone with me on the can. But I didn’t have a device in my living room and that’s where I thought the tablet would fit perfectly.
Talk about #firstworldproblems, amirite? Every now and again, this small part of my mind begins to entertain the idea of a tablet again and I start to think that maybe it was time for me to get one.
And then I got my hands on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 — a powerful Android tablet with a beautiful screen, and a nice set of speakers. Theoretically, this is exactly what I needed but after spending some time with it, the Tab S3 only served to prove that nobody really needs an Android tablet.
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Despite the declining tablet market, Samsung thought it would be a good idea to launch the Galaxy Tab S3, a powerful Android tablet with a glass body and last year’s flagship mobile processor from Qualcomm.
It also sports a bunch of great specs that makes it a really nice media consumption device. However, it does have one killer feature that may stop people from buying it: Its price.
It is almost two years since Samsung had introduced a new flagship Android tablet. Despite the declining tablet market, Samsung is still persistent by announcing the Galaxy Tab S3 and its geared up for productivity in mind.
Samsung is trying to put the Galaxy Note7 issue to rest by introducing a host of new measures for its design and manufacturing process. With the biggest mobile event taking place end of this month, Samsung has confirmed a press conference for a new device but it isn’t the flagship smartphone you’re looking for.