Samsung Announces Galaxy Tab 3 7-inch

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In Seoul, Korea on April 29, 2013 Samsung announced the released of the Galaxy Tab 3 7-inch. This tablet in the latest release to the Galaxy Tab  series powered by a 1.2GHz Dual Core processor with 8 and 16GB of internal storage and up to 64GB of expandable memory. The OS will be Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). The Galaxy Tab 3 7-inch Wifi will be available globally in May and a 3G Version will come out in June.

Samsung  Galaxy Tab 3 7-inch

Why Such Low Specs on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7-inch

With Samsung’s announcement last Monday, we now know what to expect from Samsung and the Galaxy Tab 3. If you check the official specs on the Samsung’s site, you will find the hardware specs haven’t changed much from the Galaxy Tab 2.

Although the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 specs haven’t changed much from the Galaxy Tab 2, its still a great tablet. It was designed as an entry level table or for those looking for a budget friendly tablet. In a budget friendly device, you won’t find the latest and greatest hardware installed in the device. But if a manufacture does it right and you know what to expect from the device, then you won’t be disappointed.

This tablet was designed to compete with the Nexus 7 and the iPad Mini and it does it well. But if you are looking for better resolution (1024 x 600, 169 PPI) TFT ) then you need to look at Galaxy Tab 3 Plus which should be a little more powerful. But there are only rumors about the hardware specs. But if the rumor are true, then it should be a nice device.

Final Thoughts

Back in January, I purchased a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7-inch and I love the device. Its in use almost everyday. Its used from everything browsing websites/social media to watching movies. I do have some issues with the device but those issues wouldn’t keep me from purchasing another Galaxy Tab 2 if I needed another cheap tablet.

About James

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