NtDhtZjiaDkurpL7RyqLO8HIw-8 The latest Model of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Are Marketed ~ CELLULAR PHONE

Monday, April 29, 2013

The latest Model of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Are Marketed

The latest Model of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Are Marketed  

Samsung recently released its newest tablet products namely Galaxy Tab 3, the device uses the screen size 7 inches and using the Android operating system version 4.1 (Jelly Bean).

The thickness, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 looks thinner than the previous generation, the Galaxy Tab 2. Latest products Samsung has a thickness of 9, 9 mm, while the Galaxy Tab 2 comes with a 10 mm thick. However, if compared with similar products Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is still relatively far thicker than with the tablet, measuring 7.9-inch Apple, iPad Mini size 7, 2 mm thick.

Quoted from Slashgear, from the side of the processor, Galaxy Tab 3 has increased the speed of its predecessor. This product uses a more toned, the dual-core 1.2 GHz. Mere information, Galaxy Tab 2 is armed with a dual-core 1 GHz processor.

In terms of other specs, Galaxy Tab 3 the same as its predecessor. This product comes with 1 GB of RAM, screen resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, Bluetooth, WiFi, 4, 000mAh battery, 3 megapixel camera on the back, and a 1.3 megapixel on the front.

These tablets will be available in two options, namely, internal memory of 8 GB and 16 GB. The capacity was still too small? Users can use a MicroSD card with a capacity of up to 64 GB in the available slots.

In addition, South Korea's companies will launch two versions of the Galaxy Tab 2, WiFi only version and WiFi + 3 g connection.

Up to now, Samsung has not announced the price of Galaxy Tab device. However, Samsung had expose will launch globally Galaxy Tab WiFi only model 3 in may 2013 and the model 3 g (HSPA +) in June 2013.

With the screen sized 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 dealing directly with other Android tablets, the Nexus 7. The device also will be a formidable opponent for the Mini Apple iPad tablet device. Roughly, can the Galaxy Tab 3 competes with the two devices? Let's just wait.


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