SAMSUNG HAS KICKED OFF pre-orders for the Nougat-powered Galaxy Tab S3 before it starts shipping on 31 March.
It's available to buy now over at Samsung's official website and has been slapped with a £599 price tag, making it more expensive than Apple's similarly-specced iPad Pro, and near double the price of last year's Galaxy Tab S2.
What's more, this will bag you the WiFi-only model, with Samsung yet to reveal how much the version with LTE support will cost.
To sweeten the deal, Samsung has said that early Galaxy Tab S3 buyers will receive a keyboard book cover, worth £119, chucked in with their order for free.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 was unveiled just weeks ago at MWC, alongside the Windows 10-fuelled Galaxy Book.
As expected, it's firm's new flagship Android tablet, and the successor to last year's Galaxy Tab S2. The tablet, which you'll probably want to put in a case given its all-glass design, packs a 9.7in 2048x1536 Super AMOLED display that supports both 4K and HDR playback.
This high-res screen is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, Vulkan API graphics and 4GB RAM, and the tablet offers 32GB built-in storage, expandable by an additional 256GB via the onboard microSD slot.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 runs Nougat, naturally, and ships Samsung's "enhanced" S Pen included, which means you'll be able to doodle and note make on its display.
The tablet also packs a 6,000mAh battery with Fast Charging support, USB-C, support for 300Mbps LTE download speeds and a dual 13MP and 5MP camera set-up. µ
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