Samsung Gear S3 and Galaxy Tab S3 to Launch on September 1 at IFA 2016

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Samsung Gear S3 and Galaxy Tab S3

According to new reports, Samsung is preparing to launch the much-awaitedGear S3 smartphone and Galaxy Tab S3 in Berlin. A tech writer from Italy namedAntonio Monaco tweeted about two new Samsung devices to be launched on 1st September at a special event at the IFA by Samsung.

It’s not surprising since Samsung has been following this pattern of adding their latest phablet in theirannual IFA trade show in Berlin. Earlier we reported the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 would be released on August 2 at an event in New York. This lead many to believe that the South Korean electronic giant would shun Berlin this year.

But now we think, that the Berlin event will happen and seems to have more up its sleeve than we first thought. Samsung will most certainly present new television set and other white good along with giving the Galaxy Note 7a European debut.

According to rumours, the Gear S3 will be Samsung’s most premium smartwatch as of yet. And theGalaxy Tab S3 will be an high-end tablet that can rivalthe Surface Pro 4 and the iPad Pro.

According to previous reports, the Gear S3 will look something like a wristwatch and will come with a built-in GPS. A couple of days ago, Galaxy Tab S3 was tipped in TENAA certification which indicated that the device is likely to have two versions, one with 8-inch display and one with a 9.7-inch display. Both tablets will apparently come with2048 x 1536 display resolutions. They’ll run onAndroid Marshmallow 6.0.1 and will be accompanied by3 GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. 4,000mAh will complete the package. The Tab will bepowered by Snapdragon 652 CPU and will have 150Mbps LTE and will sport 8-megapixels rear camera with 2-megapixels front snapper.

FormoreSamsung Gear S3 and Galaxy Tab S3 leaks and rumours, stayed tuned.

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