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The stunningly sleek and refreshingly familiar 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 is loaded with fun for the whole family. With access to the Web, TV shows, movies and over 750,000 apps all powered by Android OS, and an easy-to-use interface, the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 truly has something for everyone.
Product Type: Tablet
Interface Connection: Bluetooth, Headphone Jack, USB
Slots: microSD Card, microSDHC Card
Display Size: 7 in
Operating System: Android 4.1
Product Title: Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7" 8 GB Wi-Fi White Tablet
Power Score: 3.7 | 32 Reviews
Included Devices: GPS
Touch Screen: Yes
Storage Capacity: 8 GB
Max Resolution: 1024 x 600
Number of Processor Cores: Dual-Core
Processor Speed: 1.2 GHz
Display Type: Active Matrix TFT Color LCD
Audio Codecs Supported: AAC, FLAC, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, WAV, WMA
Included Network Card: Wi-Fi
Height: 7.4 in
Warranty Information: 1 year(s)
URL: Manufacturer Link
Width: 4.37 in
Depth: 0.39 in
Weight: 10.58 oz
Product Reviews (11)
SAMSUNG TAB 3
IT IS HAVING THE FOLLLOWING DRAWBACK 1) BACK CAMERA DOESNT HAVE A FLASH 2)NO FM 3)EXTERNAL KEYBOARD PEN DRIVES NOT SUPPORTING
By SUDEEP on Adorama - Nov 7, 2013
Worth every cent, TWO years ago!
The Samsung Tab 3 7" is the company's newest release on their economy end of tablets. Sadly, the features it offers, are at about two years old, as is the pricing. Most companies add features, including increased screen resolution and quality, more internal storage, faster processors, while making the units smaller, lighter and less costly. In fairness, Samsung has done a few of these things. The...
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The Samsung Tab 3 7" is the company's newest release on their economy end of tablets. Sadly, the features it offers, are at about two years old, as is the pricing. Most companies add features, including increased screen resolution and quality, more internal storage, faster processors, while making the units smaller, lighter and less costly. In fairness, Samsung has done a few of these things. The Tab 3 7" is a bit lighter than the prior model (the Tab 2. 7") it is very slightly faster (a slow dual core at 1.2 GHz rather than a dual core 1.0 GHz), and it is cheaper than the original price of the Tab 2 7" when it was first released. However, along with those small improvements, Samsung also cheapened several features. The screen has a lower contract ratio than the Tab 2, important in bright room or outdoor lighting, and for some reason beyond any comprehension, except to perhaps save a few cents somewhere, they removed the On The Go cable ability via host USB, a feature just about every Android device has these days, including most if not all other Samsung Android devices, like the Tab 3 8", 10.1" and the Note series tablets. The Tab 2 7" used a 30 pin connector and they sold a nominal costing cable to convert it to a female USB connector which allowed the tablet to host interface with thumb drives, card readers, mice, keyboards and some game controllers. The Tab 3 7" can't do any of this. Samsung replaced the propriety 30 pin connector with a standard micro USB connector, which could allow for using a $1 OTG USB cable. Too bad the hardware/firmware inside doesn't support it. You have a thumb drive with videos, digital images or documents on it? Well, the only way to transfer it to your tablet is Bluetooth, WiFi or via a computer, or transfer it to a micro SD card. You have a digital camera which uses standard size SD cards, as almost all do these days? You can't look at them via the tablet directly via a card reader. Oh, and BTW, Android (Google) has STRONGLY (their emphasis) suggested all Android devices since version 3.1 (the Tab 3 7" has V4.1.2) provide a host USB port for current and future features. OK, so not everyone needs OTG USB, (although Samsung advertises this tablet as an On The Go solution). So why am I so hard in my ratings? The reason is the price of this tablet in today's market versus it's features. For about half the cost or less, you can get a tablet that has most of the same features the Tab 3 7" has, plus a host USB and likely also a direct out HDMI port. A lot has happened in the technology for tablets in the last year or two, and for the same price, or a few bucks more than the Tab 3 7", you can get a name brand tablet which has a higher resolution screen by 20-30%, with sharper output and cleaner colors, a much faster quad core processor, instead of the slow, even for its class, dual 1.2 GHz in the Tab 3 7", twice the internal storage memory (which can actually store your apps, unlike the external micro SD card in the Tab 3 7"), more RAM by 50-100% to allow for running more and larger programs together, plus get the host USB and maybe an HDMI port as well, so you can plug the tablet into a HDTV or high end computer monitor without using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, (should your HD TV even have that). I believe, generally speaking, the people who are most pleased with the Tab 3 7" are buying their first tablet, and are unfamiliar with the broader marketplace which has evolved in the last few years. There is no question that the Tab 3 7" is a starter tablet by today's standards. It does most of what's asked of it reasonably well, but then again so do most name brand tablets today, so at a much lower price it would be a good deal. It is nicely designed overall and seems to have a good build quality, but it is just plain old technology with a new number on it.
By TechTruths on Adorama - Nov 3, 2013
meets my needs
performance price and features, for an almost impulse buy price point, it works like a charm with low to mid gaming, video plays smoothly and crisp clear colors, dont let the low resolution sway you from an otherwise great tablet, it does its job and does it well, great buy and great product backed by Samsung quality and support
By arneeboy on Adorama - Nov 2, 2013
One of the best Tabs ever
I purchased this tab because of its performance and besides, I already own a Samsung Galaxy Note and very pleased with the design and performance. Highly recommended.
By stlrzfan on Adorama - Nov 1, 2013
Surprises, both good and bad.
I own a multitude of Samsung products, but I'm not claiming to be an expert. I've had 3 Samsung mobile phones (currently on the Galaxy S 4), a Galaxy media player (5.0), a Chromebook, a blu-ray player, a Tab 2 (7.0) and now this one. I love the new design, it doesn't disappoint. Obviously, the size is great for what I use this for. Pleasantly surprised with all aspects of this device, except for...
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I own a multitude of Samsung products, but I'm not claiming to be an expert. I've had 3 Samsung mobile phones (currently on the Galaxy S 4), a Galaxy media player (5.0), a Chromebook, a blu-ray player, a Tab 2 (7.0) and now this one. I love the new design, it doesn't disappoint. Obviously, the size is great for what I use this for. Pleasantly surprised with all aspects of this device, except for one. The processor seems very laggy, and I base that on the performance itself and on a comparison to my GT2 and GS4. I can deal with it being a little slow, but I would rather not. Aside from being slower than I hoped, this is a great product.
By MSBusbeeJr on Adorama - Oct 30, 2013