Samsung announced the new Galaxy Tab 3 Lite tablet on Thursday, one day after a manual for the device leaked online. The company didn’t mention a price for the slate, saying only that it will be available globally in choice of white or black colors. Just like the Galaxy Tab 3, this Lite version uses a 7-inch display.
The screen itself is one place where the “Lite” part comes in: Samsung is using a 1024 x 600 panel which is the same resolution as the original Galaxy Tab from three generations ago. Samsung doesn’t specify the processor in the new tablet, saying only that it’s a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU. The user manual, however, notes this is a Marvell PXA986 chip.
Don’t expect LTE connectivity in the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite either. Instead, look for a Wi-Fi-only model and one that includes 2G/3G for mobile broadband. Samsung says the 3G radio…
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