Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Launch with 6,000mAH battery and 28GB data free every month

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3

Samsung launched its new tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 today (June 20th) in India. This was first introduced by Samsung in Mobile World Congress 2017. The company had introduced it in Wi-Fi and LTE variants. Its sale will begin on Tuesdays (June 21) at offline stores and Samsung’s official site. This tablet has a glass body with metal frame. S Pen Stylus Support has been provided in the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. Apart from this, there is also facility of setting up separate keyboards in this device. This tablet has the capability of HDR video playback. The company has also given information about other important features of Tab 3, including the Galaxy Game Launcher. The company claims that the 6,000mAH battery present will give up to 12 hours of talk time.

Talking about the value of Tab 3, the price of its LTE network support variants is Rs 47,990. At the same time, the company has not launched its Wi-Fi variants in India. Apart from this, double-data is being offered to Reliance Jio users. Under this offer, 28 GB extra data will be available on recharge of 309 rupees. At the same time, the company will change its break screen at Rs 990 within a year.

Speaking of the features of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, the 9.7-inch QXGA (2048 × 1536 pixels) Super AMOLED display is given. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. Tab 3 has 4 GB of RAM. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 has a 13-megapixel rear camera with flash and 4K video recording for photography. For the selfie it has a 5-megapixel front camera. Its internal storage is 32GB, which can be increased from 256GB to microSD card. It will work on Google’s latest Android operating system Nougat 7.

For connectivity, it has Wi-Fi 802.11 AC, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS and USB 31 Type-C ports. The dimensions of the Galaxy Tab S3 are 237.3x169x6 millimeters. Its weight is 434 grams. This tablet has given Accelerometer, Fingerprint sensor, Gyroscope, Geometric sensor and RGB sensor.

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