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Release date Galaxy Tab 3rd generation Eastern Europe

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Last updated: May 7th, 2013 at 15:42 UTC+02:00

As you might have noticed Samsung is going to bring plenty of new tablets this year. Today SamMobile received the expected release date of the Galaxy Tab 3 from Samsung. The Galaxy Tab 3 was rumored before and all tablets are mid-range tablets, so not that special. No high resolution or good camera’s just mid-range specifications like the Galaxy Tab 2 for a good price! Later this year Samsung will bring some high-end tablets. But Samsung’s focus is to get more market share in the tablet market. Last week Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 which is codenamed T2100 instead of P3200. As you will notice below we still aren’t done with the White colour tabletline from Samsung. We do expect introductions of the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 and 10.1 from Samsung later this month.

SM-T2100ZWA*** – White – w19 – Samsung GALAXY Tab 3 (7.0) 8GB Wi-Fi
SM-T2110ZWA*** – White – w24 – Samsung GALAXY Tab 3 (7.0) 8GB 3G
SM-T3100ZWA*** – White – w23 – Samsung GALAXY Tab 3 (8.0) 16GB Wi-Fi
SM-T3110ZWA*** – White – w25 – Samsung GALAXY Tab 3 (8.0) 16GB 3G
GT-P5200ZWA*** – White – w26 – Samsung GALAXY Tab 3 (10.1) 16GB 3G
GT-P5210ZWA*** – White – w23 – Samsung GALAXY Tab 3 (10.1) 16GB Wi-Fi

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