The next generation of Samsung's Galaxy Tab S tablets should have been introduced last year, but for some reason the South Korean company has decided to postpone the release.
We reported about Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Tab S3 last year in November, as the tablet was spotted at Zauba, India's import and export company. Before that, rumors emerged in mid-August that Samsung plans to introduce the Galaxy Tab S3 at IFA, in September.
However, probably due to the Galaxy Note 7's global recall, Samsung has decided to delay the release of the Galaxy Tab S3 tablet for early 2017.
Now the tablet has been spotted at Bluetooth.org where it received its certification. Moreover, the same tablet with model number SM-T825 got its Wi-Fi certification recently, which points to an imminent unveil.
Unfortunately, there's no telling whether or not Samsung will wait until late February to announce the Galaxy Tab S3 at Mobile World Congress, or it will go ahead with the announcement in the next few weeks.
One things is certain though, now that the Galaxy Tab S3 has received its Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certification, it's just one step away from the official reveal.