Samsung Releases Official Galaxy Tab S3 Hands-On Videos


Samsung had introduced their Galaxy Tab S3 tablet yesterday during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, and the company has just released their official hands-on content for this tablet. The Galaxy Tab S3 is Samsung's most powerful tablet to date, it's a direct successor to the Galaxy Tab S2, and it comes with an S Pen stylus. That being said, the company has released some official hands-on videos on YouTube which you can check out below this article, read on.

There are four videos available on YouTube, and they're talking about the Galaxy Tab S3's design, quad-speakers by AKG, game launcher, S Pen and this tablet's accessories. The Galaxy Tab S3 is made out of metal and glass, its metallic frame is placed in between two sheets of glass, which gives it that sleek, premium look. The phone is equipped with AKG's speakers which are supposed to offer great sound quality, as we're looking at Quad Stereo-Sound speakers here. They offer an 'Auto Rotate Stereo' function which essentially makes the tablet redirect sound based on its orientation. New Game Launcher app is also included here, and it's created in order to offer you a better gaming experience, says Samsung. It allows you to optimize Galaxy Tab S3's battery life, live broadcast your gaming session and also turn off notifications while you're gaming.

Now, the Galaxy Tab S3 also comes with Samsung's S Pen stylus, and along with it, you're getting basically all the features that were included in the Galaxy Note 7. The S Pen stylus does not have a battery on the inside, and is expected to boost this tablet's productivity quite a bit. It has a 0.7mm tip, great sensitivity and 4,096 levels of pressure. Its features include Screen-off Memos, Samsung Notes and Air Command, while there are quite a few additional side-features you can utilize using this stylus, and also apps which support its special functionality. Samsung is also showcasing Galaxy Tab S3's Pogo pin-connected keyboard in one of the videos down below, which is a nice accessory for those of you who intend to do a lot of typing on the Galaxy Tab S3. All of Samsung's videos are embedded down below, in case you'd like to check them out.


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