The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, as you might already know, recently received Wi-Fi certification from the WiFi Alliance (WFA). Now, a quick look at the website of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) reveals that the device (SM-T825) is Bluetooth certified as well.
As is usually the case, the Bluetooth listing for the tablet doesn't reveal anything related to its specs. Sadly, we don't have any rumored specifications to share as well. The only thing we've heard far is that the device will be made official sometime in Q1 this year.
One thing we can be sure of is that the specs will surely suck because Android OEM's have totally given up on the tablet market and rightfully so.
Note tablet was one of the best for that time. Android used to make great tablets but the margins were too low so they gave up. You have to keep in mind those are companies out to make profit. So even if their product is grrat they don't care if...
Android OEMs and Google should come together and talk about the tablet market. Most Android tablets simply put s*ck, and can in no way compete with Apple. And Samsung should change the design, this design looks really bad.