Samsung launches new tablets in flagship phone hiatus

Its great news for the Samsung users that the Samsung has recently launched two new tablets on this Sunday. After coughting fire by some of the devices, they have marked its first major announcement since being forced to withdraw the flagship Galaxy Note 7 smartphone

The Galaxy Tab S3 and the Galaxy Book were presented at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, in last years the scene of major Samsung launches. This time, Samsung has postponed the presentation of the Galaxy S8, its next key device.
Instead, it took the wraps off the Galaxy Tab S3 and the Galaxy Book, it comes in a 10.6-inch and a 12-inch version.

The main features of Galaxy Book are, these will run on Microsoft Windows 10. like wise tab S3 will have speakers by Harman-owned AKG, Samsung’s first use of the brand since agreeing to buy Harman for $8 billion last year.

Samsung withdrew the Galaxy Note 7 last October after faulty batteries led some devices to catch fire, leading to a loss of consumer trust, wiping out $5.3 billion of operating profit, and allowing Apple’s iPhone to overtake it in sales.

Samsung’s smartphone market share dropped to 17.7 percent in the fourth quarter, while Apple’s rose to 17.8 percent, according to market research firm Strategy Analytics.

In April, Samsung is expected to launch the S8. In the meantime, dozens of device makers are launching new phones at Mobile World Congress, hoping to exploit the gap Samsung has left.


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