For those of you who still use the original Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 and decided not to upgrade to the Galaxy Tab 2 7″, you may choose to reconsider this time around. Our dear old Sammy has just announced the latest iteration of this device; the Galaxy Tab 3.
Unfortunately, compared to it’s predecessors, nothing much has changed in terms of Galaxy Tab 3’s look and feel. However on the inside, some of the biggest changes include the tablet’s 1.2GHz dual-core processor — a slight upgrade from the previous 1.0GHz of the Galaxy Tab 2.0. Aside from this, the Samsung has given fans the option for a bigger 16GB storage option as compared to previous 8GB capacity. Other than those, the Galaxy Tab 3 is practically the same device altogether.
Among its features that it took from the Galaxy Tab 2 include a 3MP rear-facing and 1.3 front-facing cameras, and its LCD with 1024×600 resolution. Other features of the Galaxy Tab 3 include – Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Bluetooth 3.0, USB 2.0, aGPS, and Li-ion 4,000 mAh battery.
Like the two previous Galaxy Tab devices, the Galaxy Tab 3 will also be available in both Wi-Fi only and 3G versions which should allow you to make calls. The Galaxy Tab 3 Wi-Fi will be available this May while the 3G version will be released sometime in June. No pricing information was released yet by Samsung.
<Source: Samsung Mobile>