Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite (7-Inch,8GB,Wi-Fi Only) White
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At a Glance: Slim, lightweight tablet with 7-inch displayWatch movies, play games, read, browse the web, and moreDownload apps from Google Play StoreAndroid 4.2, Jelly Bean OSProvides up to nin
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|Camera Description||—||2MP||2MP||1.12µm pixel size, geo-tagging, touch focus, face/smile detection, HDR (photo/panorama)||—||—|
|Connectivity Technology||WiFi||WiFi||GSM; (1900/1800/850/900 MHz); HSPA+; 3G; (2100/1900/850/900 MHz); 4G; LTE; (2100/1800/2600/900/800 MHz); GPRS; EDGE; WiFi 802.11 b/g/n 2.4 GHz||WiFi||GSM; 2G; (850/900/1800/1900 MHz); HSPA; 3G; (850/900/1900/2100 MHz); WiFi; GPRS; EDGE||3G; WiFi|
|Processor (CPU) Manufacturer||—||64-bit MediaTek||Spreadtrum||Apple||—||Mediatek|
|Display Size||7 inches||7 inches||7 inches||7.9 inches||8 inches||7 inches|
|Effective Still Resolution||—||8||5||8||5||2|
|Included Components||—||Tablet, Adapter, USB Cable, Safety or Warranty Guide and Quick Start Guide||Tablet, AC Adapter, USB Cable and User Guide||iPad mini 4 Lightning to USB Cable USB Power Adapter||Tablet, battery, power plug, warranty card, charger, USB cable and user manual||Tablet|
|Item Weight||318 grams||254 grams||289 grams||298 grams||316 grams||0.56 kg|
|Memory Storage Capacity||8 GB||—||—||128 GB||16 GB||—|
|Model Number||SM-T110NDWAXAR||Tab4 710F||Galaxy Tab A 7.0||MK9N2HN/A||SM-T311||P70221|
|Special Feature||Bluetooth; Tethering; Camera; GPS; G-Sensor||GPS; Music Player; Video Player; E-mail||Single SIM; GPS; Music Player; Video Player; FM Radio; Accelerometer; Proximity sensor; Ambient light sensor; E-mail||bluetooth_tethering; GPS; Internet; Camera; secondary_camera; Wifi; Touchscreen; E-Mail; USB||Voice Calling; Video calls; GPS; Music Player; Video Player; Accelerometer; Geo-magnetic; Light sensor; Proximity sensor; E-mail||Camera; Wifi; voice_call_enabled|
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The Lite is well built... it feels very solid in your hands, with a a textured back instead of the slick plastic back of the non-lite version. I guess the textured back is less expensive, but it also is easier to hold and feels good in the hand. The buttons for volume and standby feel solid and are easy to press (and to know they've been pressed).
I like the design, too. It's just the right thickness, and the bezel may be a bit wide but this makes it easier to hold. With a touchscreen, it's annoying if I can't hold the thing without accidentally hitting the screen.
The screen itself has a good resolution, but the contrast is definitely not as defined as with the non-lite tablet. This is noticeable when playing darker games or movies.
To test performance I installed a few games and played some HD movies. For movie playback, this sucker is rock solid with no frame skipping I could detect. For games like Airplane!, Radiant, Candy Crush, and Angry Birds, this tablet is great, with pretty visuals and a nice size surface for gameplay. For Grand Theft Auto, San Andreas, with graphics set to maximum, the framerate was too low for easy gameplay. On medium the game was largely playable, though the frames would suffer somewhat if a lot was happening while driving. I found the game great to play on low graphics (which in my opinion look just fine).
I find the performance of the tablet to be fine, but that's worth paying attention to. For comparison, the regular Galaxy Tab 3 performed obviously better on GTA San Andreas on medium, but was pretty similar on max graphics. There was no difference on less demanding games that I could detect. Websites and movies all loaded great on both.
For other differences, it only has a 2 megapixel camera on the back, and no cam on the front. Video chatting is a nice feature of the other tablet, but it's not a big deal to me to lose that feature. In fact, if you have concerns about being spied upon, then you might even like the lack of a front facing cam.
To sum it up, a 7 inch tablet is just the right size for commuters or lounging on the couch. Everything is easy to read, and there's plenty of room for a screen keyboard, but it's also very easy to hold. Surfing the internet or watching a video on this is great, especially when I ride a bus or train around town. While it's watchable in full sun, the picture will wash out, due to the glossy screen and inferior contrast. Battery life is absolutely fantastic! About nine hours of regular goofing off, and about three-four of playing San Andreas (I keep going back to that because it's by far the most stress I can put on the device). You get a Micro SD slot, so you aren't locked in to any content vendor or the space limitations of the device. That alone makes this better, for me, than an iPad or many of the 'best' android tabs. Swiping to type works great, and S Voice is very handy (though Google Now is great for its own purposes). For example, I can set an alarm without fumbling through the menus, simply by double clicking the front button and saying "set an alarm for eight hours (or the time I want)". That is so much better when you're tired and have taken off your glasses.
Android's software library is stout, with a lot of awesome free software, a great browser in chrome, and awesome paid content too. If you haven't had an android device yet, this is an affordable way to get some awesome stuff. If you've only used it on a phone, you will be impressed with how your favorite apps look on a bigger screen. A nice game on a tablet screen puts your old Gameboy days to shame!
I did save a map and use this for navigation for a little while. It did a great job, though I really don't need anything that big for the task.
While there are better deals out there for a budget tablet, I really like Samsung's build quality and proprietary software (S-Voice, for example). Is that worth the extra money (or alternatively the less powerful processor, depending on what you're comparing this to)? I say it is, but with the current price I would go with the non-Lite Galaxy Tab. I suspect that this product will be more affordable in the near future, so this is one to keep an eye on if you're just wanting an inexpensive way to read e-books and watch media. Others may recommend a more generic branded tablet, which for the money will definitely get you more features and horsepower, but I've learned that the poor man pays twice with these mobile electronics. Get the good brands, and you'll be ahead in the long-run.
My iPad, or as I like to call it "Sir Crash-a-lot," has been the tablet from hell. It worked great for a year but then it started dying. I've owned Sir Crash-a-lot for three years now. I have spent three years trying to save up for a newer iPad. But after saving for three years to replace Sir Crash-a-lot, I vowed to never buy an iPad again. Instead I went out and did something no Apple fanboy has ever done: I bought a Samsung Galaxy Tab.
What drove me to buy this tablet? Apple's unreliability. Sure, my iPad's apps ran slowly. Sure, the apps crashed a lot. But the final straw came when iTunes decided my Apple account should no longer be associated with my library, should be split into two parts (old email address & new email address), and should not be linked to my iPad. Oh, I should also mention iTunes deleted a ton of music I bought from my tablet because "You do not have permission to access the following file(s)."
After almost 10 years of being an Apple fanboy, I went online and searched for Android tablets. Since I knew several people who loved their Samsung Galaxy phones, I went with the only tablet I could afford: a refurbished Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite. Shortly after taking it out of the box, I realized how great this tablet is. Even though the size was quiet a downgrade (I'm near-sighted and like to use my tablet without my reading glasses) I have had no problems reading text on it. The screen has better color than my iPad or my husband's iPad Mini. The screen switches quicker and loads faster than any iOS device I've ever seen. I love all of the customization that comes standard on Android. Even with all of its great features that I have grown to love, this tablet isn't without its problems. Most of the problems that come with it that people talk about is either the slow processor or the speaker being on the back. Neither of those are a huge problem for me. My biggest problem is the standard memory. Out of the 8gb, over 2gb are taken up by the operating system and the bloatware apps that I'll never use (and can't remove). After installing all of the apps I use regularly, I only have 2gb of space left. That's not much space. Thankfully, it has expandable memory. After I get a good 64gb micro SD card (my old one was corrupted), I plan on moving some of the big apps onto the card and putting my music library on it. The longer I have this tablet, the more I wish I bought it instead of an iPad for my first tablet.
For anyone who's looking at getting this tablet, you will need the following:
1. An impact-resistant silicone case to absorb the shock of any falls the tablet will experience.
2. A tempered glass screen protector to prevent the screen from breaking.
3. A 64gb micro SD card to store most of your music, photos, and apps.