So, while Samsung won’t be bringing the Galaxy S8 to next month’s Mobile rld Congress, it reportedly won’t be arriving empty hed. According to the publication, the new tablet will be the electronics giant’s premier release at this year’s conference in Barcelona, it looks to be a pretty significant upgrade over the long-in-the-tooth S2. The size will reportedly be similar to the larger of the two 2015 models—with a 9.6-inch, 2048×1536 display, versus 9.7 inches on the S2—but the internals will receive a massive boost. Under the hood, Samsung’s new tablet is expected to sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, as well as a 12Mrear camera 5Mfront camera (up from 8M 2M respectively, on the S2), 4GB of RAM. The operating system will be based on Android 7.0, the chassis is expected to be thinner than its predecessor, already quite slim at just 5.6mm thick. Additionally, Naver reports that the device will cost 700,000 South Korean won, or approximately $600, about $100 more than the 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S2. Incidentally, a $600 price tag would put the Galaxy Tab S3 in line with the similarly sized id o, but while the report says the tablet will come in -Fi E varieties, it doesn’t mention whether Samsung will position it as a professional device with accessories like a keyboard or S-n. Should I be excited: At this point, any new Android tablet release is reason to take notice, but we’re going to need a little more information before we can draw any conclusions. So far, the specs here, while nothing to sneeze at, are pretty much what any premium 2017 Android tablet should be expected to include. And there’s a lot we don’t know, like whether there will be a smaller companion, how much storage it will have, whether it will include a Smart Connector-type hookup, etc. But at least we know something is in the works.