" "Samsung releases the Tab S3, Galaxy Book 10.6" and 12"


Samsung Electronics said on Sunday it would launch its next key device in the aftermath of a burning-battery scandal, the Galaxy S8, on 29 March.

Samsung is expected to push the boundaries with the S8 and the video boasts that it's time to "Unbox your phone" - suggesting a new design is coming to the S8.

Found by SamMobile, the clips are very short and they won't get you the extensive hands-on preview you'd want. It features a 9.7-inch screen that supports HDR and has four speakers.

The video, however, does not delve into specs though earlier rumours suggest the S8 to have Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 processor with 4GB RAM. The tablet is only 6mm thick and weighs 429g for the WiFi variant.

Both tablets include 13MP rear camera which includes auto-focus and a 5MP front camera and supports up to 12 hours of video playback on the Galaxy Tab S3 and up to 10.5 hours of video playback on the Samsung Book (12-inch). As you can see, it's available in black and silver. The two-in-one tablet comes in two models, the 10-inch Galaxy Book 10 and the 12-inch Galaxy Book 12. On the software front, both smartphones are likely to run on Android 7.1 Nougat out-of-the-box with a layer of TouchWiz UI on top.

The Book 10 has a 10.6-inch, 1920 x1280 pixel LCD display, and it is equipped with Intel Core m3 processor.

Speaking of specifications, the Samsung Galaxy Book 12 will run on Intel Kaby Lake Core i5 processor.

Samsung offers two models of the Galaxy Book.

Aside that, the larger model also has better battery life by about half hour more than the Samsung TabPro S' six hours and 31 minutes and both these models are capable of fast charging, based on a report by Digital Trends. The tip of the pen has been reduced to only 0.7mm, and it has increased pressure sensitivity. It comes with a book cover and a keyboard cover which are attached each other by a magnetic connector. Followed by launch, Samsung revealed the launch date of its next flagship Galaxy S8.