Schwalbach / Hamburg – As soon as the Galaxy S4 arrived on the market, Samsung has announced the next new mobile device, the Galaxy Tab 3 Visually similar to the new tablet computer the Galaxy series of smartphones and the Galaxy Note 8.0, an eight-inch tablet with pen function. Even the music is just enters only in the sale.
Compared to the touch, the new Galaxy Tab 8.0 is, however, a few inches shorter and at first only comes with a seven-inch display on the market. The resolution of the screen is given as 1024 x 600 pixels, is with a pixel density of 169 dots per inch, well below the values ??that have been set 4 high-resolution devices like the Google Nexus 10 and Apple’s iPad. Depending on the equipment, it weighs up to 306 grams, making it much lighter than the 345 gram predecessor in the same format.
the Galaxy Tab 3 is used as drive a faster 1.2 GHz dual-core processor. In addition, the tablet has one camera on the front and back with a resolution of three megapixels and 1.3 megapixels, very modest. As Google’s Android operating system in version 4.1 (Jelly Bean) is uploaded. The internal memory is available with eight or 16 gigabytes and can be expanded via microSD card.
Wi-Fi are built in accordance with IEEE 802.11 a / b / g / n and Bluetooth 3.0 for wireless connections. A second model also includes a 3G module, EDGE, GPRS, and HSPA + with up to 21 megabits per second support. The navigation techniques A-GPS + Glonass and are installed in both models.
WiFi version of the Galaxy Tab 3 will come on the market as of May, according to the Korean manufacturer, the 3G version will follow about a month later. Information about prices, Samsung has not yet been made. The current Galaxy Tab 2 is to get the wireless version with eight gigabytes of memory currently at about 190 euros, the 3G version costs about 80 euros more.
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