Gtab 3 Lite

Low-end 7-inch tablet is all but confirmed at this point

Rumors have already been floating around about a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite, and Samsung has just added more fuel to the fire by posting the user manual online. Posted to Polish support pages, Samsung has confirmed the SM-T110 as the Wifi version of the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite. While there has been no official announcement from Samsung, a local retailer claims to have a bit more information about the device as well.

According to the sources, the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite will feature a 7-inch display with a 1024 x 600 resolution along with a 1.2GHz processor inside. Additionally the device will carry 1GB of RAM along with 8GB of internal memory that is expandable via MicroSD if desired. The rear of the device will have 2MP camera, and it is said to feature a 3600mAh battery — that should easily get you through the day and more on a single charge.

Pricing has not been confirmed, but the device should be coming to market somewhere in the $100 price point for the Wifi version, and likely $150 or more for the one with cellular radios inside. Odds are that Samsung is saving this device for an official announcement at Mobile World Congress, which is just over a month away. 

Source: Samsung PolandX-Kom

 

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Official user manual appears online for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite

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What's with menu button, didn't Samsung change it to the recent apps menu with its recent tablets announced at ces

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Must be a "Premium" feature for the the Pro tablets, you want proper (but still not in the proper order) buttons? Give us more money!!! Or Maybe they figure this device can't multitask well enough to deserve a dedicated button.

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if I was on a budget I would get it but touchwiz+1024*600+1.2 ghz to me = skepticism but for 100 bucks beggers can't be choosers but definitely better than the may long universe tablet aka "walgreens tablet" if u know what I'm talking about

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For 100 buck I would get one just to mess around with. Why not, you could constantly try out different roms and not worry that you might have just bricked your $600 Galaxy Note 10.1. Hell you could get this just to keep it in the living room for chromecast purposes only.

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For 100 buck I would get one just to mess around with. Why not, you could constantly try out different roms and not worry that you might have just bricked your $600 Galaxy Note 10.1. Hell you could get this just to keep it in the living room for chromecast purposes only.

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Why does the Hisense Sero 7 Pro, which is like a year old, have better specs than this thing?

Hisense Sero 7 Pro is basically a 2012 Nexus 7 with a mini HDMI and a sdcard slot.

Does Samsung think I'm a consumer that buys Apple products?

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Samsung just can't let go of the physical buttons. Are their Nexus devices the only pieces of hardware that didn't have them?