Samsung announced this morning that Sprint will carry the 7″ Galaxy Tab 3, capable of running the network’s 4G LTE starting October 11 for just $49.99 on contract. The tablet comes in two different colors, white and black, plus comes with a few notable specifications. (more…)
This morning, Boingo and Samsung announced a partnership that should help out those who purchased a Galaxy Note 8.0 or one of the Galaxy Tab 3 variants. Inside the device packaging, buyers will be greeted with a sheet that allows them to access a one year premium membership to Boingo, a WiFi hotspot service that you can find in over 35,000 locations. (more…)
Samsung announced two new members of its Galaxy Tab 3 family this morning, the Tab 3 10.1 and Tab 3 8. As one would assume from the naming scheme, one has a 10.1″ display, while the other sports an 8″ display. Keep in mind that the Tab family is Samsung’s budget-friendly line of tablets, while the Note line is their higher-end range. So yes, we’re looking at budget tablets that will likely drop at low prices across the globe.
With the Tab 3 10.1, you are looking at a 1280×800 display, dual-core processor, only 1GB of RAM, low-res cameras, and Android 4.2.2. With the Tab 3 8, you have an 8″1280×800 display, dual-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM, 5MP rear camera, and Android 4.2.2 all wrapped into the body of a tablet that matches the form factor of the iPad Mini. I know that may sound ridiculous, but just look at it.
Both tablets, along with the previously announced Tab 3 7, will be available globally in June. (more…)
Samsung introduced the all new Galaxy Tab 3 yesterday. It is the definition of low to mid range, bringing specs that might have impressed us back in 2011. To Samsung’s credit, we are sure this tablet will be marketed as a budget-friendly companion, allowing users to complete their digital tasks and consume medium amounts of content. (more…)
Could this be our first look at an upcoming super tablet from Samsung? Apparently, it very well could be. According to SamMobile, this is the Galaxy S Tab, as Samsung supposedly decided to apply their marketing and ad knowledge to their lineup of high-end tablets, ditching the numbered Galaxy Tab scheme. (more…)
According to new rumors out of Korean Times and SamMobile, Samsung is looking to showcase their upcoming Galaxy Note 3 at this year’s IFA. IFA is taking place this year during September 6-11 in Berlin, Germany. For those that don’t remember or weren’t following the launch of the Galaxy Note 2, it was unveiled at last year’s IFA, which would allow this rumor to be well received. (more…)
According to Phone Arena, they have themselves a couple pictures that are of the upcoming Galaxy Tab 3 from Samsung. The above image shows a smaller tablet with overly sized icons and a strange looking button “thing” on the left side of the device. Naturally, the picture is blurry and we can’t make out the model name on the box, but it clearly says “Galaxy tab 3″ above it. I do have a few discrepancies with this image, but I’ll get into that down below. (more…)
According to an un-sourced DigiTimes article, Samsung plans to launch three tablets in 2013. Technically, this info is not new since we are expecting two Galaxy Tab 3 models (one 10.1″ and one 7″) and the Galaxy Note 8, which was even outed by a Samsung executive. The news is that Sammy plans on pricing the 7″ tablet extremely low, anywhere from just $149 to a high of $199. (more…)