The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has been available for a few weeks, months tops internationally and it’s already getting a price cut. It’s the newest and best specced Android tablet from Samsung, announced at MWC 2017 and now it’s losing $100 from its regular price.

Amazon has that offer, but they’re not the only ones, since Samsung’s own online store and Best Buy are taking the same route. We’re talking about a 6 mm slate here, made of metal and integrating a 9.7 inch AMOLED screen, capable of HDR, which is a boon for Netflix bingers. It relies on the highly praised Snapdragon 820, which was available on flagship phones last year, plus it brings 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage.

There’s a 6000 mAh battery on board and the machine runs on Android 7.0 Nougat. There’s also an S Pen included and since there was no proper Galaxy Note 7 last year, because of its fire problems, it’s as close you can get to the latest Sammy input method. All the retailers mentioned above offer both the black and silver versions of the device.

Aside from those, we also learned that the device is discounted on Sears, B&H and Walmart. The deal is expected to expire in about 10 days. You can get the Tab S3 on Amazon for $491.

  • Mark McCoskey

    Still to expensive.