After rumors and rumors, the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite has, finally, unveiled by Samsung.
As a low-class tablet, it only has 7″ display with a resolution of WSVGA (1024×600), making its pixel density low enough (around 170ppi). Other (well, maybe, standard) feature that the tablet carries is a 1.2GHz dual-core processor (dunno who made the chipset), 1GB RAM, one choice of storage (8GB) and microSD expansion slot.
Things cutted from the original Tab3 7″ tablet was the (rear) camera and the slimness (only a bit). It brings 2MP camera instead of 3MP camera in the regular Tab3 7″ model, and it has a 9.7mm slimness instead of 9.9mm. The camera has some features too such as smile shot, Shoot & Share and Panorama Shot.
It offers some connectivity options too like Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ (2.4GHz), Wi-Fi Direct, Bluetoth 4.0, and USB2.0. There will be also a 3G version of the tablet, with a 21Mbps of download speed and 5.76Mbps of upload speed. And it can receive GPS signal too.
The Operating System has been upgraded a bit, spotting Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, while the regular 7″ model still stuck on Android 4.1.
The tablet’s dimension is at 193.4×116.4×9.7mm and weighs at 310 grams for the WiFi model. The battery capacity is at 3,600mAh that Samsung claims can handle up to 8 hours of video playback.
No information of the pricing and the availability date, though, hopefully it will come in a really-affordable price as rumored earlier (100 Euro/$129).