New affordable Android tablet revealed by user manual and retailer listing
We already reported that Samsung were working on a 'Lite' version of the Galaxy Note 3 phablet and now it appears that the Korean company are about to unveil the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite tablet.
A user-manual and specification for the WiFi version of the 7-inch tablet (SM-T110) has appeared on Samsung's website in Poland. This is the first we've heard of the new tablet, but presumably it won't be long before Samsung official unveil the new tablet - possibly at next months MWC 2014.
So what we do know about Samsung's Galaxy Tab 3 Lite? Well, it has a 7-inch display that runs at a 1024*600 pixel resolution and it comes pre-loaded with Android Jelly Bean (4.2). It's powered by a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, has 1GB of RAM, 8GB on-board storage and a 2 mega-pixel camera.
We've also got a good idea of prices thanks to a Polish retailer who've listed the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite on its website. The WiFi model is priced at $165 (£100), while the 3G variant of the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite is listed at $262 (£160).
No news on when the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite will land in stores, or whether it'll be coming to the UK at all. But as soon as 3G.co.uk hear more about Samsung's tablet we'll let you know.
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