Samsung has already showcased its Tab Pro and Note Pro lineups and price details have also been revealed, but it has yet another series up its sleeve, the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite, which might arrive carrying the Neo branding instead. What’s more, the company is also working on toned down variants of the Note 3 and Galaxy Grand which fall in the same range.
The latest leak on the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite comes from Poland where website Sammy Today is reporting that the device has gone up for grabs through an online store and the user manual for the slate has been made available for download. The SM-T110 Wi-Fi model is tagged at 500PLN (US$164.97), while the SM-T111 3G model will retail for 799PLN (US$264).
Like the Note 3 and its Neo version, the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite will look identical to the original 7-inch slate. And where specifications are concerned, it’s more or less similar to the Tab 2. The tablet is fitted with a 1024 x 600p display with 10-point touch input and a camera on the front, while the rear sports a 2MP snapper. The innards are also quite decent for the price being asked.
Here are the specifications in detail.
– Platform: Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
– Display: 7-inch WSVGA panel
– Processor: 1.2GHz dual core Cortex A9
– Memory: 1GB RAM; 8GB storage
– Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, 3G, GPS, Bluetooth
– Battery: 3600mAh Li-ion
– Dimensions: 117mm x 193mm x 9.7mm
– Weight: 310 grams
You can check out the retailer selling the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite over here, while those interested in taking a look at the user manual for the Wi-Fi slate can download the PDF file through this link. The document is available in multiple languages. We expect Samsung to officially unveil the tablet at the MWC 2014 next month.