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Most of us knew about the Samsung Tab 3 slated to be launched in June,13. We even had the news of the 7-inch Samsung Tab 3, awaiting its release. But, now it’s even more for us to know. There is also going to two more variants under the Tab 3 series name, reportedly an 8 inch and a 10.1 inch. So, all together, officially, we have 3 variants of Samsung Tab 3 and needless to say a perfect collection which shall attract all kinds.
The 7 inch Tab is the most sold size, by far and large. But some, like me, always want a little more viewing surface. For our kinds, 8 inch Tabs suits the best as they are large, yet not at all ergonomically challenged and fits well in our not so small hands. A 10.1-inch is a must for those who look for a delightful e-book reading experience and prefer it large all the time.
So, what do we have in these pipelined variants? To find out, let’s have a quick look through the table formed below:-
|SAMSUNG TAB 3 : 8-inch||SAMSUNG TAB 3 : 10.1-inch|
|WXGA TFT dispaly||WXGA TFT dispaly|
|1280×800 pixels, 189ppi||1280×800 pixels, 149ppi|
|Android Jelly Bean 4.2||Android Jelly Bean 4.2|
|1.5GHz dual-core processor||1.6GHz d1ual-core processor|
|1.5GB RAM||1GB RAM|
|32GB/64GB sub-variants||16/32GB sub-variants|
|64GB expandable via mSD Card||64GB expandable via mSD Card|
|5MP rear and 1.3MP front camera||3MP rear and 1.3MP front camera|
|4450mAh battery||6800mAh battery|
|Weight: 314 gm||Weight: 510 gm|
|Wi-Fi a/b/g/n (2.4/5GHz)||Wi-Fi a/b/g/n (2.4/5GHz)|
|Bluetooth 4.0, USB 2.0||Bluetooth 4.0, USB 2.0|
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Samsung Galaxy Note bevy has a new addition under its name, the Note 510, which is a full-on Tablet PC featuring a very generous 8 inch screen. The South Korean giant in the consumer electronics, Samsung is touting the Note 510 as a pocket device which will be able to handle almost all of the work a desktop/laptop can do. Note 510 has got 3G activated GSM SIM, which takes the Tablet PC to a next level.
Further about the tablet pc, Galaxy Note 510 runs on Android Jelly Bean version 4.1.2. The processor which drives this marvel is the latest quad core clocked at 1.6 GHz. There is 2GB of RAM on board to bring about a seamless performance to the Tab. For those who like to have a good camera, this Tab doesn’t disappoint them by sporting a camera pair of 5MP and 1.3MP, with former being the rear camera and the latter being in the front.
The new feature which Note 510 caters to its users is the “S-Pen hover”. With this new feature one can see the preview of any file and hence, there is no need to open a file every time you need to peep inside.
Let’s see all the other features of this amazing Tab listed below
|OS||Android v4.1.2 Jelly Bean|
|Screen Size & Display||8 inch,TFT Capacitive Touchscreen,1280×800 pixel16M|
|Processor||1.6 GHz Quad Core|
|RAM||2 RAM DDR III|
|Storage||16 GB internalUp to 64 GB external|
|Camera||5.0 MP Camera (primary)1.3 MP Camera (secondary)|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi,Bluetooth,Internet Dongle 2G/3G|
|Others||A-GPSSENSORS: Geo-magnetic Sensor, Light Sensor, AccelerometerPC Sync, S Pen, Samsung Apps, Music Hub 3.0, Readers Hub 3.0|
|SIM||YES, 3G:UMTS 2100|
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The South Korean electronics giant, which is the global leader in the smartphone market, is doing equally good in the Tab market as well. After Galaxy Tab 1 and 2 huge success in the past, Samsung buckles up for the release of Galaxy Tab 3 in the commercial market. This is an inevitable move by the makers for good. According to the sources from within the company, now that the product has been unveiled in public, its release is now quiet imminent and which means, the wait is about to end.
For now, allow me to end the curiosity about the specs and features of the Galaxy Tab 3. This Tab is a 7 inch WSVGA TFT screen tablet pc which runs on the Android’s Jelly Bean(v4.1). The Tab bring a vivid and vibrant display with 1024x600p display and nearly 169 ppi. To power this Tab, Samsung has housed a no lesser dual-core processor with 1.2GHz speed. There is 1GB of RAM support and one has the option of choosing internal space model between 8GB and 16GB models. Having said that, there is always an option for every body to expand the storage space up to 64 GB, courtesy external memory cards. There are two cameras installed in the Tab where rear camera is of 3.0MP and the other features 1.3MP.
Albeit, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will hit the stores this month sporting only Wifi models, but from June onward the 3G models will also be available easily.
It’s time for a brief table for you which will list all the must know features of the Tab:-
|OS||Android OS v4.1 Jelly Bean|
|Processor||Dual-core processor with 1.2GHz|
|RAM||1 GB DDR3|
|Other||Dimension : 188×111.1×9.9 mmWeight :302 g (Wifi model) ; 306 g (3G model)|
|Price||Nothing official about it yet|
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