While 2016 for Samsung will be dominated by the launch of the Galaxy S7, another member of the Galaxy family is rumoured to be launched this year. The Galaxy Tab S3, an enhanced successor of the Galaxy Tab S2, is likely to be released by mid-2016.

An Indian import-export tracker website, Zauba, has listed two variants of the speculated tablet. Test models are often sent to various countries by phone and tablet manufactures as appears in this case. Samsung has a strong R&D focus in India where the tablets have been reportedly shipped.

Moreover, the Zauba listing for these devices has revealed that the models carry the numbers SM-T719 and SM-T813, respectively. While the SM-T719 sports an 8in screen, the SM-T813 has a 9.7in display. The listing also shows that the tablets were priced at $204 (£143) for the smaller one, while the larger one had a $255 price tag.

The Galaxy Tab S2, which was introduced last year, was dubbed one of the best tablets of 2015 and it was introduced in two different display sizes. Going by Samsung's tradition, this could mean that potential buyers could look forward to an enhanced version of the Galaxy Tab S2 or Tab S3 as the South Korean giant introduces its tablets on a yearly basis.

Tablety.Pl which reported the leak said that these variants are expected to be powered by an Exynos 7420 processor a 4GB RAM and an improved battery life in comparison to its predecessor.