Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Review

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Review

The Galaxy Tab 2 got great reviews and is a leading seller on Amazon

Everything you need to know about the brand-new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3

Update! Final Review after all products have been released. If you’ve been holding out from purchasing a new Android tablet until Samsung unveiled just exactly what it had up its sleeve, the wait is finally over. Rolling out their brand-new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 in just a few short weeks, this new Android tablet is poised to dominate the marketplace just like Samsung’s Galaxy S3 and new S4 have in the smart phone world.

Next-generation hardware with the latest Android operating system software

Everything about the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is as close to cutting edge as you’re going to find in the commercial world, including the fantastic hardware that drives the brand-new software. We are talking about a brand-new dual core 1.2 GHz processor, 8 to 16 GB of storage (with the option to expand up to 64 gig with a dedicated SD card), dual cameras on the front and rear of the tablet – the rear one being a three megapixel camera and the front facing camera a 1.3 megapixel solution – and a whole host of other truly cutting-edge innovations.

What is most surprising about the hardware that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 will bring to the table is the inclusion of a 4000mAh battery – promising ridiculous battery life and usage times in between charges, something that the Android tablet world has been desperately searching for almost since the day they were released.

All of this hardware would be wasted without the brand-new Android operating system, one of the few non-Google branded products to rollout with the latest iteration. Everything is snappier, better organized, and overall more useful – but you’ll also have tight integration to all of the applications, games, and tools that you have come to love on the Android platform.

Infinite Flexibility and Connectivity

While the jury is still out as to whether or not this 7 inch tablet is going to come loaded with an LTE option, people will be happy to know that the standard units will come with Wi-Fi connectivity and an upgraded model offers at least 3G connections. The Wi-Fi models will release first globally, with the wireless and cellular models rolling out later this year.

You’ll also be able to enjoy Bluetooth in its latest version, as well as NFC technology that you can use to interact with any of the other Android devices out there that have the same capabilities this opens up fantastic sharing and versatility options that almost no other tablet has, something to definitely keep your eye on.

All in all, this looks like it can be a real game changer, and you’ll want to pay close attention to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 review launch when it rolls out in late May.


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