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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite confirmed by leaked official user manual

The heavily rumoured Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite has been confirmed by an official user manual leaked by Samsung itself.

Although Samsung has yet to officially announce the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite, the official user manual for the tablet was published on the Samsung Poland website with the model number SM-T110.

The Samsung Poland site is already accepting orders for the Tab 3 Lite as well, asking for £100 for the Wi-Fi only model or £160 for the 3G option. This puts the tablet near the very bottom of the Samsung tablets, making it an affordable option for consumers.

Samsung is no doubt aiming to compete with the likes of the Tesco Hudl and Argos MyTablet with the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite.

According to the user manual the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite will have a 7-inch 600 x 1024p resolution display running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

It will be powered by a 1.2GHz Marvell PXA986 processor, a Vivante GC1000 GPU with 1GB of RAM. There’s 8GB of internal storage too, bolstered by a microSD card slot.
In the rear is a 2-mepgaixel camera, but there’s no front-facing video calling option whatsoever.

Running on a 3,600mAh battery, the Tab 3 Lite measures up at 193 x 117 x 9.7mm and weighs 130g. this makes it slightly larger and a little heavier than the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 launched last year.

Looking at the user manual and the image Samsung Poland users for the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite page, don’t expect any major design changes with the low-end 2014 tablet.

Samsung is heavily expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite at MWC 2014, or at a special event just after the Barcelona-based tech show with the Samsung Galaxy S5 and next-generation Samsung Galaxy Gear.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite user manual

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Via: PhoneArena

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