Samsung has announced its latest tablet computer, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, which will launch next month with Wi-Fi.
The third coming of the Samsung Galaxy Tab (the first of which was the company’s earliest Android slate) will offer a seven inch WSVGA display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. With a much thinner bezel this makes the Tab 3 the smallest in the product family so far following up from the previous two main models which came with 7.7, 8.9 and 10.1-inch screen variations.
The Galaxy Tab 3 will, as expected, arrive pre-loaded with the current Android iteration Jelly Bean as the operating software of choice and it will feature a respectable 1.2GHz dual core processor with which Samsung promises better multimedia performance. The Tab 3 will also be available in choice of 8GB and 16GB storage options from launch day with expansion available via SD Card up to a generous 64GB.
There will be the addition of a 3-megapixel main rear-facing camera and 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera for snapshots and face-to-face calls, with pictures and videos able to be shared socially with a quick swipe of the touch screen.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 with Wi-Fi only will be released globally in May (the images would suggest Tuesday 14th) with an LTE/4G capable model expected to arrive in June. Prices for both are yet to be confirmed.