Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
Samsung has enlarged its Galaxy Tab line by first appearance a new tablet with two dissimilar screen sizes. The new Galaxy Tab 3 will now be uncommitted in two sizes, an 8 inch version and a 10.1 inch version. These products will be available alongside the 7 inch version of the Galaxy Tab 3 which was foretold earlier. The 10.1 inch tablet is gestated to be powered using next generation hardware from Intel. Both models are also awaited to have all-embracing support for LTE bands from 800MHz to 2600MHz, which will ensure that the tablet will have high speed cellular connectivity on all networks across land mass. However, the absence of a specific 700MHz range has not gone neglected by the United States market, whose LTE network keeps going that frequency.
Samsung hardware boasted by the new models dwells of onboard internal memory of 16GB or 32GB for the 8th inch version. The 8 inch tablet also is to have 1.5 GB of RAM. Screen resolution of the smaller sibling is 1200×800 pixels with a 5 mega pixel camera in the back and a 1.3 mega pixel front shooter. The bigger 10.1 inch sibling boastings has the same screen resolution but the available RAM is only 1 GB, but with a slightly faster processor pegged at 1.6GHz. The rear camera is a 3 mega pixel camera and a 1.3 megapixel front confronting camera is also available. The confronting of an Intel Atom processor is really an achievement of sorts for the chipmaker, which has been non- actual so far in the mobile and tablet market.
This seems to be an indicator of how deep the family relationship is between the two companies, with Samsung and Intel both working on a new operating system which is being referred to as ‘Tizen’ that is expected to launch soon. This is surely signs that the future of both companies seems straighter with each other than ever before. Then again, ARM does not seem to be taking this lightly at all. The company has brought in what a big threat Intel could be because of its inventing and intellectual prowess as a chipmaker. ARM has launched a new range of low power consuming Cortex-A12 processors targeted at midrange smart phones and tablets. Intel, after missing the target many times, has finally gotten its act together and is hoping to give the market leader ARM a run for its money. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is awaited to launch this June with the newest Android operating system, 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, out of the box.