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Garry Little | 17 March, 2017, 01:04

With the next generation note experience, you can also take note under water with Samsung Note 7.

Samsung Electronics is one dominant company, but even they can not keep their products entirely under wraps before launch.

We've previously heard that the Galaxy S8/Plus would be able to unlock in under 0.1 seconds using the iris scanner (similar to the ill-fated Note 7) and facial recognition.

The Galaxy Tab S3 is the latest in a series of tablets that goes as far back as 2014.

Today we have a nice selection of S8 leaks, including new images of the glossy black version of the device, some clarification on the RAM amount, and details on how the phone will use facial recognition to facilitate mobile payments.

According to reports, the foldable phone Samsung is working on will have a display of something between 5.5-inch and 6.2-inch, which could be perhaps folded from the middle and made compact and kept in the pocket.

USB-C charging will be incorporated into the Galaxy S8, with clients profiting from this refined, reversible type of association. Instead, they chose a much later date, March 29, for the official launch of their flagship smartphone. Samsung acquired the US -based artificial-intelligence software company in October 2016.

But Samsung could be about to totally change things up with their next handset. On the other hand, the rest of Asia and Europe will get a Samsung Exynos 8895 chipset.

Another leak on the Chinese microblogging website has revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S8 might be available in a 6GB variant. Korean consumers will also get the top-specs model.

The Galaxy Tab S2 featured lovely rounded corners, a slim build, rear camera lens in the centre at the top and a fingerprint sensor within the home button on the front of the device and the Galaxy Tab S3 follows suit.

As for the specifications, the Galaxy Tab S3 sports 9.7-inch Super AMOLED display with a 2048×1536 pixels screen resolution.

Some of the units are nearly certainly going to feature the company's custom built Exynos 8895 chip while others may use Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 835 processor manufactured by Samsung. As for the 4G model, it is speculated to be around the $700 price range.

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