Galaxy Tab S3 to be Exynos 7420 powered with 4GB RAM?


New rumors made an appearance today, mentioning that Samsung’s most awaited Galaxy Tab S3 model will be really powerful, a bit more powerful than anticipated.

Some leakster mentioned today in Weibo that the tablet will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 7420 chipset and will offer a whopping 4GB of RAM. Other specs include UFS2.0 storage, USB Type-C port, and a home button-embedded fingerprint sensor.

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There will be two versions of the model: one with WiFi only codenamed SM-T820, and a WiFi+LTE with the codename SM-T825.

We have no info when the device will be unveiled but after seeing these specs, we can’t really wait any longer 😉

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4 Comments

  1. Minh Ngo
    January 23, 2017

    I think the exynos 7420 is outdated. That SOC was originally introduced with the Galaxy S6, which is quite outdated in 2017. if Samsung wants to position the Tab S3 as a high end android tablet, the latest exynos should be used instead of E7420. On the iOS side, Apple always put their latest and greatest chipset for their iPad. Samsung should the same to compete against Apple.
    I just don’t understand why Samsung always uses last year’s chipset for their high end tablets.

  2. Minh Ngo
    January 23, 2017

    I think the exynos 7420 is outdated. That SOC was originally introduced with the Galaxy S6, which is quite outdated in 2017. if Samsung wants to position the Tab S3 as a high end android tablet, the latest exynos should be used instead of E7420. On the iOS side, Apple always puts their latest and greatest chipset for their iPad. Samsung should the same to compete against Apple.
    I just don’t understand why Samsung always uses last year’s chipset for their high end tablets.

  3. Karly Johnston
    January 24, 2017

    2yr old specs in a $500 tab… puleez

  4. Karly Johnston
    January 24, 2017

    2yr old specs in a $500 tab… puleez