Galaxy-Tab3-Lite

Following the introduction of its new line of Galaxy Pro tablets during CES, today Samsung introduced a new 7-inch tablet on the opposite end of the lineup with the new entry-level Galaxy Tab3 Lite.

The two-years ago specs are certainly nothing to brag about, but depending on how close Samsung prices the tablet to $100, it won’t look all that bad next to its competition in the low-cost tablet category. Unfortunately the company hasn’t announced pricing, but looking at the specs below, we think it could be its most affordable Galaxy Tab yet. That’s especially considering the current 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 has been going for as low as $140 lately. It did confirm the tablet will be available globally in both black and white, but there’s no word on exact availability or markets.

Full specs for the Galaxy Tab3 Lite below:

1.2 GHz Dual Core
7-inch WSVGA 1024x 600 display
3,600mAh battery
WiFi/3G (HSPA+)
Android 4.2
2 megapixel rear camera
1GB RAM
8GB storage
MicroSD
Bluetooth 4.0

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One Response to “Will Samsung hit the $100 price point with its new 7-inch Galaxy Tab3 Lite?”

  1. In Poland it costs 499 PLN (tax incl.) = about $160. Still, fairly reasonable price.