Samsung Announces Low-End, 7″ Galaxy Tab 3

Galaxy Tab 3Samsung is announcing on Monday a 7-inch tablet running Android 4.1 called the Galaxy Tab 3, but to our eyes, it doesn’t look much different from the current 7-inch Tab 2. The previous Tab’s 1 GHz dual-core processor gets upgraded to a 1.2GHz chip, and the newer tablet offers 16GB of internal storage as an option — its predecessor was limited to 8GB — but the 3-megapixel rear camera and 1.3-megapixel front camera stay the same. The resolution of the Tab 3’s LCD is also unchanged at 1024 x 600, which isn’t much of a match for the 1280 x 800 display on the Nexus 7. So far there aren’t any details on price, but Samsung says the Wi-Fi-only Tab 3 will be available beginning in May, followed by a 3G model for making calls and browsing the web untethered sometime in June.

Read the full story at The Verge.




  1. Omi says:

    If only samsung can match Apple in this respect. They are falling behind Apple when it comes to tablets. The primary reason for this isn’t their incompetence but the operating system. Android is a generic OS for a number of devices. If only it were customized it would be great. This tablet would make a great professional tool and would help perfectly with the photography thanks to the high resolution screen. Here’s a good read up on cameras and their uses as professional tools.

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