More Galaxy Tabs on the way


  • Samsung
  • Tuesday, 20 Aug 2013

Galaxy Tab 3 10.1in

SAMSUNG is now offering consumers even more choices with the introduction of its new Galaxy Tab series of devices that include 7in, 8in and 10.1in models. 

The expanded range offers new ways to experience media with the smaller 7in model, which is just 9.9mm thick and weighs only 306g, making it comfortable to hold. 

It has a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and other built-in Samsung features such as Samsung Hub and WatchON to make it a powerful mobile entertainment hub. 

If the 7in form factor is too small, take it up a notch with the 8in Galaxy Tab 3.  

Samsung claims the screen is the optimal viewing size for videos, books and games. With a slim bezel and Samsung’s reading mode technology, the tablet optimises the screen brightness for comfortable viewing. 

Also included is Samsung’s S Translator app that provides instant translation of a foreign language so you can communicate easily while traveling abroad. 

Also available to help you on your travels is Samsung’s S Travel companion app that provides real-time local information on places of interest and more. 

Finally there is the 10.1in model that seamlessly combines a sleek design and performance. 

It comes with a 1.6Ghz dual core processor, making it ideal as an everyday device for multimedia consumption at home and when you are out and about. 

Equipped with a Smart remote and TV out capabilities, the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 can be used as a home media control device, capable of streaming movies to the family TV or playing games. 

Samsung says the new Galaxy Tab 3 7in and 8in models are already available on the market for RM1,099 while the 8in version with LTE will be available in the middle of August for RM1,499. 

As for the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, Samsung has no confirmation on the price though the device is slated to be released in September. 

++++
www.samsung.com/my

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 1
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3

Samsung , Galaxy Tab 3 , tablets

   

Next In Tech News

As of iOS 14.4, Apple lets you get more volume out of your iPhone
Need a professional photo? In pandemic times, you can do it yourself
Biden revokes Trump order that sought to limit social media firms' protections
Stock photography: Tips for turning your photos into cash
'Chaos Monkeys' author calls Apple's statement on his departure defamatory
TeamViewer adds 2FA for extra security on Windows
Vivaldi browser wants to end annoying 'accept cookies' banners
Ransomware gangs disrupted by response to Colonial Pipeline hack
Exclusive: Personal finance startup NerdWallet files for U.S. IPO - sources
Facebook to defend itself against 'damaging' Irish data privacy probe

Stories You'll Enjoy


Vouchers