Samsung GALAXY Tab 3 Kids

Released September, 2013
  • 7"
  • 8 GB
  • WiFi
  • Android 4.1
The LCD underneath it is a crisp 1,024x600-pixel resolution, which is on par with the iPad, but since the screen is about half the size, the pixel density is much tighter.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)

Features Key features of the Samsung GALAXY Tab 3 Kids

screen resolution

GALAXY Tab 3 Kids
1024 x 600
iPad 4
2048 x 1536
Tesco Hudl
1440 x 900

memory

GALAXY Tab 3 Kids
1 GB
iPad mini
0.5 GB
IdeaTab A3000
1.02 GB

camera resolution

GALAXY Tab 3 Kids
3 MP
IdeaTab A3000
0.3 MP
iPad mini
1.2 MP

CPU Cores

GALAXY Tab 3 Kids
Dual core
Tesco Hudl
Quad core
Memo Pad 8
Quad core

CPU Frequency

GALAXY Tab 3 Kids
1.2 GHz
Memo Pad 8
1.6 GHz

Reviews Word on the street for the Samsung GALAXY Tab 3 Kids


7.0
As far as media playback performance is concerned, audio, video, and photos all work beautifully.

5.0

Overall

6.0 Out of 10

What People Are Saying Give it to me straight

Apps

If productivity is your thing, you'll be happy to know that the Tab's calendar and e-mail apps readily took to our Gmail and Exchange accounts.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)
Beyond the core apps in the dock (mail, Web, drawer), the first of the five home screens comes preinstalled with apps for Qik video chat, Samsung's video download portal, Media Hub, Slacker Internet radio, the Amazon Kindle e-book reader, the Asphalt 5 3D racing game, the Android Market, YouTube, Navigation, and a T-Mobile account management app.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)
With all the extra room, some apps stretch unnaturally to fill the space (Pandora), whereas others appear like large print versions of their original smartphone incarnations.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)

Screen

Tablets are only as good as their screens, and the Tab's screen is a glossy beauty with the strength of a beast, thanks to a protective layer of Corning Gorilla glass.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)
The screen uses a capacitive, multitouch technology that can match the iPad in both response time and usefulness.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)
That said, for serious document editing, it makes more sense to spend the same amount on a Netbook with a larger screen and peripheral support.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)

Operating System

We've seen other Android tablets this same size, but none running Android 2.2 with Market support.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)
Similarly, we've seen tablets like the Dell Streak that offer the Android Market, but the size is cramped and the OS isn't yet up to 2.2.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)
It's offered at a better range of pricing options, none of which requires any form of carrier contract.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)

Camera

On the back of the Tab you'll see a smooth black plastic back and a more impressive 3-megapixel camera with an integrated flash.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)
On the back of the Tab you'll see a smooth white plastic back and a more impressive 3-megapixel camera with an integrated flash.
by c|net (Oct, 2010)
The camera can capture video at a maximum resolution of 720x480 pixels at 30 frames per second.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)

Operating system

Across the bottom you have the typical Android-style buttons for menu, home, back, and search.
by c|net (Nov, 2010)

Specifications Full list of technical specs

display

Size 7"
Technology TFT LCD
Resolution 1024 x 600
PPI 169 ppi

network

Wi-Fi
  1. 802.11n
  2. 802.11a
  3. 802.11g
  4. 802.11b
  5. 802.11
Bluetooth Bluetooth v3.0
Supports 3G No

processor

Cores Dual core
Clock speed 1.2 GHz

form factor

Weight 302 g
Size 188 x 111.1 x 9.9 mm
Thickness 9.9 mm
Battery life 7.63 hour

storage

Internal storage 8 GB
RAM capacity 1 GB
Supported card formats
  1. SDHC
  2. SD
Maximum capacity 32 GB

photo & video

Adobe flash support No
Webcam 3 MP
Rear camera 1.3 MP

sensors

Has a GPS Yes
Has a light sensor No
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