Posted by Danny D. 1 year ago

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 announced


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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, a global leader in digital media and digital convergence technologies, today announced the introduction of the GALAXY Tab 3 – 7-inch tablet featuring sleek design and enhanced capabilities that bring capabilities that bring better performance and multimedia experiences to your fingertips.

With the new GALAXY Tab 3, Samsung has evolved its range of innovative tablets, making them smaller and easier to carry, while increasing the user experience overall

• Easy Handgrip and Portability: Its compact, one-hand grip form factor ensures users can hold comfortably for hours as well as store in a pocket or small bag for reading and entertainment on the go. The sleek and stylish design encompasses thinner bezel than the previous GALAXY Tab 2 (7.0).
• Better Multimedia Performance: Powered by a 1.2GHz Dual Core processor, the device allows for faster downloads and sharing, while providing easy access to videos, apps, games, and the web. Offered with either 8/16 of internal storage plus up to 64GB of expandable memory, the device has plenty of space to hold your favorite photos, music, apps, videos and more.
• Enhanced User Experience: The GALAXY Tab 3 7-inch is equipped to better capture life’s moments in stunning clarity and resolution with its 3-megapixel camera rear camera and 1.3 -megapixel front camera. Combined with the latest Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), it allows users to share photos, videos, and life’s special moments through a few quick taps and swipes.

The GALAXY Tab 3 7-inch WiFi version will be available globally beginning May and 3G version will follow in June. The product availability varies by market and will be rolled out gradually.

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12 comments on “Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 announced

  1. skelay007 1 year ago said:

    Wawwww..nice…but samsung galaxy note 8 is the best

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  2. gtone339 1 year ago said:

    Looks kind of like the Galaxy Mega 5.8″ but I have no problem with that.

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  3. Steef 1 year ago said:

    I wonder what dual core it packs… If its the Exynos 5 dual than all is good.

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  4. rapidcat 1 year ago said:

    why not use hd panel?

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  5. ufukart 1 year ago said:

    Camera very bad like tab 2.
    For example, not usable with barcode scanner apps.
    And,
    ram???

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  6. nazyr1803 1 year ago said:

    hmm…nice design but why doesn’t have LED flash, SAMOLED, and 5 megapixel?? i like those kind of 7 inch tab if it have what i state just now.. and don’t forget the LTE!

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  7. bassem.mohsen 1 year ago said:

    Galaxy Tab 7.7 after 2 years, still the best tab ever.
    in terms of design and quality and screen.
    It has slim bezel like this one, and it’s metal back with black bezel that extends the display deep blacks.

    And after all of this superior features, samsung still haven’t released Jelly bean update for it !!

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  8. Polkyb 1 year ago said:

    So.. This revolutionary 7″ tablet features a lower spec than my SGS3?
    How can that possibly be pushing the boundaries of performance?

    This tablet should be much more powerful. I’ll stick with my tab 2, thank you very much Samsung.

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  9. AquilaSol 1 year ago said:

    1024×600? What is this, 1998?

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  10. harryisme 1 year ago said:

    Not very impressive specs on paper, makes like look weaker in almost every aspect than the now almost year old Nexus 7.

    I can’t see this selling for more than $250, 1024×600 is the biggest upset, I would have expected atleast 1280×800, and the lack of confirmation of the Dual Core processor doesn’t help it’s lack of appeal.

    I hope the 10″ Model is more attractive, otherwise I’ll feel really stupid holding off buying a Nexus 10 only to find the Tab3 is weaker or same spec as the Google branded product.

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  11. donpisote 1 year ago said:

    Same spec like tab 7 plus.

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  12. vbx 1 year ago said:

    Fail. I’ll keep my Galaxy Tab 7.7. Maybe this is why Samsung is delaying the Jelly Bean Update. To force the impatient consumers to buy the Tab 3.

    Is Samsung paying attention? The Galaxy Tab 7.7 is still the best tablet out there.

    All they have to do is do a 7.7 refresh with a quad core cpu, give it Jelly Bean or Windows RT, keep the same design, maybe upgrade the screen even though it’s still the only tablet with the Super Amoled Display and they will have tablet that will destroy whatever Nexus and Apple have to offer.

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