Posts tagged with: Galaxy Tab 3 7.0
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    As the leak suggested last month, owners of a Samsung Galaxy S 4 on Sprint's network were able to install the latest official Android 4.4.2 KitKat update on their phones starting February 13. Additionally, Note 3 owners on the Now Network joined the KitKat party on February 20, but now the carrier is publishing further details regarding Samsung phones and the 4.4.2 refresh. If you have a Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S 4 mini, Galaxy S III, Galaxy Mega, or a Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, you shouldn't worry, because Sprint is planning on updating these devices as well. While there is no  estimate of when ...

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    Samsung already has a pretty diverse tablet lineup, but last week we heard that it might be planning to differentiate its offerings even more, with the introduction of a new Lite version of its Galaxy Tab family. The rumor suggested that a Galaxy Tab 3 Lite could arrive in just about a month from now, but we struggled to put our finger on just how Samsung might make this tablet “Lite” - that is, the existing Galaxy Tab 3 models weren't exactly high-end to begin with. Well, today we start getting our answers about how this hardware looks like it will launch, and frankly, we're still not ...

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    It feels like any time we're talking about some great deal on a tablet that may be one of last year's models, or is just straight-up underpowered compared to its peers, we offer the advice that such a purchase would make a good backup tablet or one to give to the kids – cheap enough that you wouldn't be too upset should the worst happen to it. Not everyone's content to see kids stuck with hand-me-downs, and Samsung, at least, has come up with a new tablet specifically designed with little hands in mind, today announcing its Galaxy Tab 3 Kids. Specs-wise, we're looking at what's ...

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    If it's Sunday, it's time for some leaks. What we have here today is allegedly a blue version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0. In case you need a reminder, the tablet was announced back in April, powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz Marvell SoC; it also has 1GB of RAM, three-megapixel main camera, and a 1024 x 600 seven-inch display. Aside from the classic colors, Samsung is apparently preparing a blue version too, allegedly pictured in the above press render. Since we're seeing no branding on the tablet, chances are that we're looking at a global color variant. The leak mentions no dates or ...

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    I know: that's a bait-y headline that begs for qualifiers, and we'll get to those in just a second. Before that, though, I'd like to apologize to those who've been waiting for our full review of the Galaxy Tab 3 8.0. For those of you who've gotten lost in the avalanche of news since we took delivery on our own Tab 3 8.0 review unit, we unboxed the device a few weeks back - and then we immediately put it up against its closest Samsung-branded competitor, the Galaxy Note 8.0. We promised a review on the heels of that comparison, but then something significant happened: a Nokia Lumia 1020 ...

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    The Galaxy Tab 3 lineup is nothing new. Samsung announced the Tab 3 7.0 all the way back in April, and followed that up with news of the Tab 3 8.0 and 10.1 three weeks ago. So, while the cat may be out of the bag concerning any hardware details, Samsung had yet to confirm details about just when we'd be able to get our hands on these tablets, and for how much. It helps us out with those today, sharing news that the three Galaxy Tab 3 models will go up for sale in the US on July 7. Just to refresh your memory a little, the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 is powered by a dual-core 1.2GHz Marvell SoC, and ...

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