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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 16GB White Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
Model10.1 (LTE)
DateSep 2013
Processor
Processor frequency1.6 GHz
Processor cores2
Display
Display diagonal25.6 cm (10.1")
Display resolution1280 x 800 pixels
LED backlightYes
TouchscreenYes
Touch technologyMulti-touch
Display technologyTFT
Display number of colours16.78 million colours
Audio
Built-in speaker(s)Yes
Built-in microphoneYes
Ports & interfaces
Headphone outYes
Micro-USB 2.0 ports quantity1
Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL)Yes
Headphone connectivity3.5 mm
Weight & dimensions
Width176.1 mm
Depth7.95 mm
Height243.1 mm
Weight512 g
Networking
3GYes
4GYes
BluetoothYes
Top Wi-Fi standardIEEE 802.11n
Wi-Fi standardsIEEE 802.11a,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g,IEEE 802.11n
Wi-Fi DirectYes
2G standardsEDGE,GPRS
3G standardsHSPA+
4G standardLTE
Storage
Internal storage capacity16 GB
Card reader integratedYes
Compatible memory cardsMicroSD (TransFlash)
Storage mediaFlash
Maximum memory card size64 GB
Software
PlatformAndroid
Operating system installedAndroid
Operating system version4.2
Camera
Rear cameraYes
Rear camera resolution (numeric)3 MP
Front cameraYes
Video recordingYes
Maximum video resolution1920 x 1080 pixels
Front camera resolution (numeric)1.3 MP
Battery
Battery capacity6800 mAh
Continuous video playback time9 h
Continuous audio playback time140 h
Browsing time (Wi-Fi)9 h
Browsing time (3G)9 h
Browsing time (4G)8 h
Design
Form factorSlate
Colour of productWhite
Device typeFull-size tablet
Performance
Position locationYes
AccelerometerYes
Ambient light sensorYes
GLONASSYes
GPS (satellite)Yes

Reviews of Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 16GB White

liveatpc.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-27
Better-looking Twin Let's just get this out of the way: at first glance, the GALAXY Tab 3 10.1 looks almost exactly like the GALAXY Tab 2 10.1. The design is the same ‘curved pebble' concept the GALAXY S3 and S4 smartphones use while the back uses a piece...
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technave.com
Reviewed on 2013-05-09
AnTuTu is a benchmark app that posts the scores of various smartphones, tablets and similar devices online. So when a mystery Samsung device posts with the model number GT-P5200 gets AnTuTu scores of 24616, scores which are on the same level as the Qualco...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Lightweight, easy to hold, Built-in IR blaster useful for TV viewing
Poor display for the price, Cheap construction, unappealing design, Uneven performance, Big drop in battery life from the previous-gen model
Samsung confounded us last year when it released the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 as a virtual reissue of the original, bumping up the Android version, removing the LED rear camera flash and rearranging the dual speaker placement. So what's new in the Galaxy Tab 3? ...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-20
So, this has been an inevitable face-off: on one hand we have Apple's finest tablet, and on the other - Samsung's mainstream one. Even though they now occupy different classes, we're finding it hard to ignore the Galaxy Tab line, as it marked the begin...
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ubergizmo.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-27
Starting back in 2011, Samsung decided it would enter the tablet market with its Galaxy Tab 10.1, which was a great Android tablet at the time. Then, Samsung upped its tablet game by coming out with the Galaxy Tab 2, which was slightly thicker, althou...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2013-08-25
LTE module, Viewing angle stable screen, Good battery runtimes, Several screen modes selectable, Expandable storage
No Full HD screen, Slightly increased black value, Purchase price, Outdated camera resolution
Samsung gives its Galaxy Tab 3 a facelift and sends it to the starting line with a 10.1 inch screen . Notebookcheck has had both the smaller 7 inch and 8 inch models in review, which provided us with a first impression about the new Galaxy Tab product lin...
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tablet-news.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-24
very good audio, phone calling ability, decent display, decent battery, TV remote feature, very light, And the
laggy in games like Dungeon Hunter 4, no camera flash, no touch focus in camera UI, battery indicator issues, slippery design, presence of Home button feels antiquated, useless bloatware, only 1 GB of RAM
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 tablet was announced at the start of the summer, as a new 10 inch dual core slate with Intel CPU inside. The product goes for $379 and it should be available in most regions right now. There are 3 Galaxy Tab 3 slates right no...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-08-07
Can function as universal remote control. Runs Android 4.2.2. Bright display with good viewing angle. Relatively lightweight.
Some performance issues. Missing compelling TouchWiz features. Overpriced. Short battery life
Samsung's Galaxy Tab line has been relegated to second fiddle, with top end features and specs now going to devices bearing the Note moniker. Like last year's Tab 2$362.99 at eBay, the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 ($399.99 list) is simply an incremental upgrade to a...
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androidcentral.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-29
The Galaxy Tab 3 line shares much in common with the Galaxy S4, but non-Samsung fanatics can find better Android tablets elsewhereFor me, the Samsung has consistently been the go-to choice for a quality Android tablet experience. I was an early adopter...
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Pocketnow.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-25
Great battery life,  Handles gaming quite well,  Bright display with great color,  Weighted and balanced nicely for one-handed use
 Low-resolution display, Only 1GB RAM makes for clunky task switching, Scratches quite easily and is an oil magnet,  Suffers from lag and constant stuttering,  Physical navigation buttons are awkward in portrait,  The price doesn't match the value,...
In the Android tablet market, Samsung is the dominant force. It's the only Android manufacturer with double-digit global tablet market share – 17.9 percent as of Q1 2013. Other manufacturers, like ASUS or Amazon, trail Samsung by a rather wide margin.As s...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-22
Thin and light construction, Great battery life
Sluggish performance
Once regarded as Sammy’s prized tablet series, the Galaxy Tab has now been reverted to being nothing more than an entry model option – especially now that the Note series has seemingly replaced the Tab series as the company’s premium tablet solution....
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-19
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 features a lightweight and compact design for a 10-inch tablet. Its screen is impressively bright, and a 64GB storage expansion option is always an appreciated extra
The "hit-box" for the capacitive menu and back buttons is too large, and errant touches are common. Performance is slow when quickly switching apps and Wi-Fi speeds dramatically decrease the farther away from the router the tablet is. And $400 for a devic...
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 stylishly embraces a more simple aesthetic compared with its predecessor. For a 10-inch tablet, it manages to be a rather compact device; it's lightweight and sleek, with thin bezels and a clean, cohesive design that would...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-17
Each new release of the Samsung Galaxy Tab proves the company's willingness to stick with the brand name – and power. Samsung has the power to release a new wave of tablets each year without specific specification boosts bit-by-bit. Keep that in mind when...
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Laptopmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-16
Thin and light design, Bright display, Loud stereo speakers, Robust quick settings and lock-screen options, Built-in remote control
Frustrating performance lag, Low-resolution screen for price, No Multi Window mode
By now, Samsung's tablet strategy is pretty clear: Give shoppers a lot of choice, and they're bound to find something they like. The Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 ($399) furthers that strategy by being one of three new devices in a product line that sits below the mo...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-15
Very slim and light, bright display, has IR AV remote
Mediocre low res rear camera, 1280 x 800 display resolution seems low for the price, Intel CPU occasionally balks
twitter: @lisagade) The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 is the largest tablet in Samsung's third generation line of mainstream Android tablets. It's the perhaps too gradual evolution of the Galaxy Tab line rather than a leap forward that would place Samsun...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2013-07-01
Looks are subjective, but the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 wins for being thinner, smaller and lighter than the Nexus 10. The weight difference is mere ounces and they're both slim tablets but the Tab 3 10.1 isn't as wide. The Galaxy is shiny plastic, but it's not a...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2013-06-12
Samsung's newly-announced Galaxy Tab 3 10.1-inch tablet reached our grubby mitts, and we are pretty curious to examine the first Intel Atom-based Android slate from Sammy. It is thinner and lighter than its Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 predecessor, and runs the n...
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talkandroid.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-07
Samsung continues to be the leader in the number of tablets released by an Android manufacturer. They had the first mainstream tablet, the Galaxy Tab , and from there they continued to release various 7-inch tablets along with an 8.9 tab and a 10.1 . This...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-07-20
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 features a lightweight and compact design for a 10-inch tablet. Its screen is impressively bright, and a 64GB storage expansion option is always an appreciated extra
The "hit-box" for the capacitive menu and back buttons is too large, and errant touches are common. Performance is slow when quickly switching apps and Wi-Fi speeds dramatically decrease the farther away from the router the tablet is. And $400 for a devic...
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 stylishly embraces a more simple aesthetic compared with its predecessor . For a 10-inch tablet, it manages to be a rather compact device; it's lightweight and sleek, with thin bezels and a clean, cohesive design that would m...
Read more >