Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Rumor Of the Week Involves Faster UFS 2.0 Storage

Weibo account of Kenneth_Lai posted the following on his Weibo account today, that includes the specs of a Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 (SM-T820 Wi-Fi) model, and (SM-T825 4G LTE) model, powered by a octa-core Samsung Exynos 7420 processor, with 4GB of RAM, faster new UFS 2.0 storage, a USB Type-C port, and fast charge support.

All of this sounds like probable specs for a new Super AMOLED Samsung tablet, but it isn’t claimed that this is insider specs or a leak, so whether these specs will materialize or not remains to be seen, but the post today comes from someone who have been right on Samsung mobile leaks and rumors a couple of times in the past. That’s why we are including it today.

These specs may materialize and they may not. The post also adds that the Tab S3 has a fingerprint reader, but this is a feature that is already on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets, so that’s nothing new.

UFS 2.0 storage would be new to Samsung’s Tab S tablets though, as they would replace the eMMC storage, and this is something that Samsung is focusing on, since this new faster and less power demanding storage is a product that will benefit all of Samsung’s products that needs storage.

The last verified leaks on the Samsung SM-T825 tablet were the Samsung SM-T825 Bluetooth certification, and Samsung SM-T825 Wi-Fi certification.

Samsung announced earlier this week that Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 with S Pen + Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 (LTE) will be the first of Samsung’s tablet to receive the Android 7.0 update.

– Tom Bowen

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