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When it comes to looks, it may be a familiar look coming to Samsung's flagship Android tablet this year, though with a curvier S Pen.
While not exactly radically redesigned, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 looks different from its predecessor in one very important aspect.
As one of the best Android tablets on the market, the 9.7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 should have received its Oreo serving a long time ago. But better late than never must be what Verizon subscribers are thinking right about now.
While waiting for the Tab S4 to be released, you may want to revisit and reconsider last year's Galaxy Tab S3, officially updated to Oreo in the UK starting... now.
As suspected, Verizon's Oreo update for the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge turned out to be a false alarm, and the actual rollouts may not happen anywhere in the world for at least a few more weeks.
There's good reason to believe the Galaxy Note 8 will be updated to Android Oreo in several global markets by the end of March.
After a very slow Android Oreo updating start, Samsung ambitiously seems to think it can pull off major OS makeovers for the Galaxy Note 8, S7 and S7 Edge by mid-April.
A 10.5-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 looks like a prime suspect for an announcement at MWC 2018, alongside the highly anticipated Galaxy S9 and S9+ phones.
A few gadgets are already on special sale at Samsung's official US e-store, with many other Black Friday deals coming November 19 and 23.
Already discounted from $600 to $500, the S Pen-wielding Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 now comes with a complimentary keyboard cover as well.
Everywhere you look, from Amazon to Best Buy, BuyDig and Samsung's own US e-store, the Galaxy Tab S3 costs $500 instead of its $600 MSRP.
That long overdue Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is launching on and offline stateside on March 24, with pre-orders underway a week early starting at $600.
More and more Android Nougat and Marshmallow-powered phones have Google Assistant interaction on the way, but tablets are still left out.
With Android 7.0 Nougat, Snapdragon 820 processing power, a super-sharp 9.7-inch screen and bundled S Pen, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is priced at $600.
The Nokia 3310 was not MWC. It was nowhere near the story of MWC. Huawei, LG, BlackBerry and Samsung led in Barcelona and we've got the in-betweens, too.
Our exclusive MWC 2017 coverage ends with a video recap of the show's most interesting announcements, LG G6, Huawei P10 and Samsung Galaxy Book included.
...but that didn't get to happen. So, our show for you this week comes with special guest Enobong Etteh and goes from Moto to Sony to Huawei.
The MWC 2017-unveiled Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 looks decidedly swanky at a first glance, taking after the Galaxy S7, and that keyboard cover feels decent too.
The Super AMOLED display-sporting Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 you've been waiting for so long is finally unveiled, S Pen support and all.
Yes, Samsung at MWC 2017 is something you'll want to see in spite of the Galaxy S8 almost certainly not being at the event. Watch it live here.
We're rounding up every rumor concerning every confirmed major MWC 2017 exhibitor, including the likes of LG, Samsung, Nokia, BlackBerry and Motorola.
We're probably less than two months away from the commercial US launches of the Samsung Galaxy J7 V and Galaxy Tab S3, as hinted by new renders.
We know almost everything about the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 now, and almost nothing about the Windows-running Galaxy Book.