Phandroid just published their review of the Galaxy Tab S3 and their goal was to see if someone could exclusively use the tablet instead of a desktop PC. They feel the tablet is adequate for those who use a computer to write or draw, but then says the image editing aspects simply fall short.
If you're looking for high-end premium Android tablets then your choices are pretty slim. Before the Tab S3 was released, the Pixel C was considered the best Android tablet available by many. So now, some are asking if the Galaxy Tab S3 is good enough to replace their Pixel C.
Smartphones aren't the only devices that companies make glass screen protectors for. Android Central curated a list of some of the best ones available for Samsung's new flagship tablet that includes companies like Pleson, Yoozon, Spigen and more.
The Galaxy Tab S3 comes with an S Pen and has some the best hardware that Samsung has to offer inside it. So an artist on YouTube just reviewed this device and says the hardware is great, but the drawing applications for Android just aren't as good as they are on iOS.
Mobile Tech Review just published their review of the Galaxy Tab S3 and they really enjoyed the display, its performance, and the S Pen. The negative they mentioned is the price and says most would rather opt for a laptop instead.
Android Police has published its review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 and states that it offers solid build quality while also being more responsive. However, the tablet is also pricey when you factor in the $600 for the device and an extra $130 for the keyboard dock.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 was originally scheduled to launch in the UK on March 31, but Samsung has revealed that the retail launch date of the new tablet has been pushed back to April 7th. No reason has been given for the delayed launch.
Android Authority has published its review of the Galaxy Tab S3 and gave it a score of 7.8 out of 10. The pros of the device include a beautiful display, and a battery that quickly recharges. The cons include a "so-so" camera, and just average battery life.
The Verge has published its review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 and states that this is a "direct shot" at Apple's iPad Pro. The review also states that it's a good tablet but it's nearly twice the price of a Chromebook, which offers more flexibility.