Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 to cost $600 in US
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 will cost $600 in the United States. This information comes from retailer Best Buy, which has the Wi-Fi-only model listed on its website.
The tablet isn't available for purchase yet, and the listing doesn't reveal an exact launch date - it just says "coming soon."
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is available to pre-order in Germany, where the Wi-Fi-only model carries €679 price tag, while the LTE model costs €769. Pre-orders are also up in Canada, where the tablet (Wi-Fi model) costs CAD 799.99 (around $595). Shipments in both countries begin March 24 onwards.
Over in the UK, the tablet launches April 7 for £600.
- 17 Mar 2017
Did you just blame tablets unpopularity on 2-in-1's lol Windows will always be relevant in a desktop environment and highly sought after for a myriad of reasons some of which were already mentioned to you, take it from someone whose used all versions...
- 15 Mar 2017
"Else it's a toy because as far as content consumption goes it's the dull cousin of tablets" What kind of crack are you on? Social networks? I could open as many tabs and as many programs as I want without any slow down and typing on my mechan...
- 15 Mar 2017
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