More Details About Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 Lite Surface
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 Lite gets is specs leaked into the wild. So if you haven’t heard Samsung is once again making as many versions of their tablets and phones as possible! The company has dipped into the mid range and the high end for the last few years and it is now time for the Galaxy Lite devices! Recently news of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 Lite has surfaced to the top of the interwebs all but confirming the companies foray into the lower end of the market. But with one great Lite device, there is bound to be countless others! The next to receive Samsung’s Lite makeover is the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 and today new details surrounding its specifics have leaked.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Lite has been exposed and known about for a few months now. The initial news surrounding the handset came forth alongside the likes of the Galaxy Grand Lite. Earlier this month however news of a pending Galaxy Tab 3 Lite hit the wire! Today a bit of Wi-Fi certification all but confirms the Tab 3 Lite. Early rumors surrounding the tablet suggest the new slate would cost about €100 which translates into about $136 bucks! While this may seem ultra cheap, it is expected to sell for slightly cheaper than that here stateside. As the device is nearing its debut, it needs to be certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance. During its stay at the alliances secret chambers however specific details as to what’s inside have…leaked out! According to the documentation the Tab 3 Lite will use a 7 inch 1024×600 touch screen and a 1.2 GHz dual core processor based off of the ARM Cortex-A9 chipset. Unfortunately, that is where the new details end. Oddly enough however these specs are identical to the T210 and T211 versions of the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 which mean other areas of the tablet including the camera, RAM and storage space will take a rather large cut in order to be sold at the previously mentioned price points.
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