If you are in the market for an Android tablet that is both lightweight and compact in its design, then you could do a lot worse than the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1. Not only that, but this 10-inch tablet has an impressive display that is sure to impress. Having said that, it’s not all good news though, as the performance is not as good as it could be, and there are also cheaper and more powerful options on the market.
Taking those good and bad points into account, we can understand why some of you will know if they should purchase this Samsung tablet, as it’s hard to tell what makes this model stand out against the crowd, and it’s a rather large crowd these days. Thankfully a recent Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 review should help to shed some more light onto this Android tablet.
This is an in-depth review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, and the most notable feature that you need to know is that it’s running an Intel Atom instead of an ARM processor. It’s thinner and lighter than the previous model, but does look like an over sized Galaxy S3, which is pointed out in the video.
The biggest disappointed to some will be its plastic finish, although are we really surprised by this? The bezel is a little thinner on the left and right side when compared to the top and bottom, but nothing like we are hoping to see with the new iPad 5 later this year.
We have to remember that because of its price and specs, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 is an entry-level tablet, and the display kind of gives this away as well. This is also the case with its camera capabilities, which you’ll be able to see in the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 sample video below, although we still find it strange why anyone would choose to record video footage with a tablet, as we know the camera is not going to be very impressive, although does it have to be when sharing on social networking services?
Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 is not that much of a change compared to its predecessor, so you have to ask yourself if you are prepared to spend yet more money on a device that is not much of an upgrade.
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