The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 - which was launched in the US back in March this year carrying a price tag of $599.99 - has officially dropped to under $500 in the country. A quick look at the company's US website reveals the device is currently going for $499.99.
The South Korean tech giant is offering the $100 discount on both silver and black color variants of the tablet. Other third-party retailers like Best Buy and B&H are also offering similar discount. BuyDig is also offering a freebie in the form of a 7,800mAh battery.
It's also worth mentioning that those planning to purchase the silver model can save some more dollars by purchasing the unit from Amazon, which has it listed for $491.22. For more information, head to the Source links below.
Tab S2 is not even better than Tab S1, so much less than the new iPad. What are you talking about? Weak SoC, low ram for a tablet, lower resolution than Tab S1, far lower battery life, heavier per inch, useless aspect ratio (4:3 is reaaally bad ...
tab s2 is under 400. you can buy it instead of new ipad .
At least they cut down the price because of how expensive they priced the tablet at the time they release it