Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (SM-T110) gets Wi-Fi certification, user agent profile reveals specs

We told you it was coming, and now the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite has made an appearance in the wild to reaffirm its existence. The Galaxy Tab 3 Lite recently received Wi-Fi certification for the Wi-Fi-only model (SM-T110), which was also recently shipped to India for testing; meanwhile, a UAProf entry for the 3G variant (SM-T111) has revealed that the tablet sports a 1.2GHz processor, 1024×600 display (7-inch), and runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

The Galaxy Tab 3 Lite will be the cheapest tablet Samsung has ever made, expected to be priced somewhere around 100 Euros, and will launch during or after week two of 2014 in black and white color options. It will form part of a new lineup of Lite versions of existing devices, including the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Grand.





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hi sammobile
why samsung dont want to update i9500 and N900 for Iran???
im waiting long time to update my phone!!
i have S4 And Note 3
Come on give us update
why there isnt any 4.3 for Iran?
why there isnt any Bug Fix Update For Note 3 N900????
why you upgraded all other countries but there Isnt Iran???????????????????//
its about more than 2 month from starting update 4.3 for i9500 ant UAE and Other Arab And Afghan countries got that!!!
but THERE ISNT IRAN????????????


Excuse me while I go check my calendar. Is it still 2001?

Once your specs start looking even worse than an iPhone, you’re doing it wrong. Even for a cheapened edition which we all know will still cost 250 euro in Europe; they will simply raise the price on the regular one.

Don’t get me wrong, love my Note 3. But Samsung seems utterly incapable of making a High-End tablet. >.>