Late last week, we had the pleasure of unboxing the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 (8-inch). It’s an interesting little device, and we’re kind of digging the bronze color, since so few tablets have that kind of character. Check out our unboxing video:
Obviously, we’ll have to spend some time with it to get some good first impressions, performance-wise, but the Galaxy Tab 3 is well-equipped in the looks department. With a 1.5GHz dual-core processor on board, we’re not sure how it will handle more graphics-intensive games and apps, but the 4450 mAh battery is solid, and it offers the same general user experience other Samsung devices offer with the TouchWiz UX.
One of Samsung’s strongest selling points for their tablets is expandable storage, and the Galaxy Tab 3 8-inch is no different, offering a MicroSD slot for up to an additional 64GB of storing goodness. It’ll be available in 16- and 32GB models around the globe, though the 16GB Wi-Fi model has only been announced for the U.S. market. It will come in two colors: white and this gold brown color we’ve got for the video.
We’ll have a first impressions post up later this week, but for now, check out the pictures and the specs, and leave any questions about the Tab 3 8-inch below.