Monday, April 22, 2013

Leak Shows Specs Of Upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 3

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
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Recent reports have hinted at the possibility that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will feature models having a screen size of eight and ten inches.

Specifications were reportedly leaked recently showing three new tablet offerings from Samsung that will increase its already huge lineup of tablets. The upcoming variant of the Galaxy Tab may feature a 10.1-inch tablet and another similarly-sized tablet that is set to be promoted to the high-end market. The third tablet will reportedly have an 8-icnh screen display.

The display screens of two of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 models will supposedly feature a resolution of 1280 by 800. They will also come with a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 3MP camera at the back, 1.3MP camera in front, and a microSD memory card slot. The devices will run on the Android 4.1 OS.

The 10.1-inch variant of the tablet will also feature a 1GB RAM as compared to the supposed 2GB RAM on the eight-inch model. The ten-inch model will also have an internal storage of 16GB although the storage capacity of the eight-inch model remains uncertain.

On the other hand, the resolution of the display screen on the high-end variant of the ten-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will be at 2500 by 1600 pixels. It will also feature the 1.7GHz dual-core Exynos 5 processor of Samsung, 2GB RAM, the Mali-T694 GPU and an internal storage of 16GB. It will also offer users the opportunity to expand its storage through a microSD memory card.

Other features of this variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 include a 5MP camera at the back, 1.9MP camera in front and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. It will run using the Android 4.2 OS.

The high-end model of the tablet is expected to compete directly with the Google Nexus 10. The processor, display resolution, RAM, and GPU of the tablet is similar to those found on the Google tablet.

Since Samsung has yet to confirm the existence of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, these reports will remain speculations until proven otherwise.

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