ET News reported that Samsung's initial plan was to mass produce a few thousand prototypes in the first quarter, but made a decision to delay it in order to invest more time into raising the quality of the entire product. Pre-order for Tab S3 begins on March 17 at $599.99 at and select retailers such as Best Buy and Amazon, with in-store availability starting March 24.

Samsung didn't use Mobile World Congress to launch its latest flagship smartphones, but that doesn't mean the South Korean tech giant kept quiet at the show. But don't worry, there is a micro SD card slot available for expanding that storage.

When it comes to the Galaxy Tab S3, we're looking at a 9.7-inch 2048×1536 resolution display, which is the same as the previous generation - Galaxy Tab S2. It also has quad-stereo speakers, turned by AKG by Harman, said to be for premium visual and listening experiences.

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Samsung's Galaxy Tab S3 is a thin (6 mm), lightweight (slightly lighter than the iPad Pro) tablet with built-in pen and keyboard support (the Pogo keyboard is sold separately for $129.99). You can see its full specs over on Samsung's website - but basically, it's a high-end tablet, with a pricetag to match, that's created to go head-to-head with Apple's premium iPads.

As confirmed yesterday via a Best Buy listing, the Galaxy Tab S3 will cost $599 in the USA for the 32GB, Wifi-only model in either Black or Silver variants. The Galaxy Tab S3 does also get an enhanced S Pen. The S Pen is now larger, and feels a bit more solid, Samsung has also brought over all of the features from the Galaxy Note 7 here, like screen-off memo and more.

Further, the tablet also includes a 13-megapixel camera on the rear and 5-megapixel shooter to satisfy your selfie needs. Making it the only tablet that Samsung has with a USB-C connector, at this time. "The new Galaxy Tab S3 embodies Samsung's commitment to deliver the best of entertainment and productivity, allowing consumers to do what they want, when they want".