Samsung Galaxy Tab 3: Specs, Apps, News & Reviews

Rumor: Samsung will make an 8 inch version of the Galaxy Tab 3, and here’s a photo of it

Rumor: Samsung will make an 8 inch version of the Galaxy Tab 3, and here’s a photo of it

Late last month, Samsung announced a new tablet called the Galaxy Tab 3. I guess it’s an OK product, but the specs just aren’t for me. You’re looking at a 7 inch 1024 x 600 pixel panel, dual core 1.2 GHz processor, 3 megapixel camera, microSD card slot, and optional 3G.

Benchmarks reveal that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 uses a Marvell chip

Benchmarks reveal that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 uses a Marvell chip

When Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab 3 earlier this week, they said it was running a dual core 1.2 GHz chip. Most people, myself included, automatically assumed that said chip would be provided either by Qualcomm or Broadcom, but apparently that assumption was incorrect.

Samsung makes the Galaxy Tab 3 official, and boy oh boy you’re not going to like it

Samsung makes the Galaxy Tab 3 official, and boy oh boy you’re not going to like it

Earlier today I covered some speculation surrounding Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Tab 3. Funny enough, the company just formally announced it. It has a 7 inch screen that pushes 1024 x 600 pixels, it has a dual core 1.2 GHz processor, 3 megapixel rear camera, 1.2 megapixel front camera, and 16 GB of storage which of course you’ll be able to expand via microSD.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 hits the Bluetooth SIG, is an announcement due soon?

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 hits the Bluetooth SIG, is an announcement due soon?

If you plan on making a consumer electronics device that has Bluetooth support, you should to get it certified by the Bluetooth SIG. Samsung, looking to follow the rules, listed a tablet device called the “SM-T311” on the Bluetooth SIG’s website. According to Unwired View, that’s the model name for Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Tab 3.