Samsung reportedly preps a market share onslaught with a $129 Galaxy Tab 3 Lite
Samsung's new PRO line of tabs is about to be unveiled soon at CES, but the ace up its sleeve might not be the powerful, feature-laden Note PRO 12.2, but rather a modest tablet with a commendable price tag.
Dubbed Galaxy Tab 3 Lite, the slate is rumored to have a 3G variation only, unlike the LTE radios in the PRO tabs, which can be expected at its speculated low price of EUR 100 or $129. The cheapest member of the bunch will allegedly appear the soonest, carrying a 7" display, and a Cream White or black chassis.
The Galaxy Tab 3 Lite is also to sport a 1024x600 display resolution, 1.2 GHz Cortex-A9 processor, 1 GB of RAM, 3 MP camera and Android 4.2. Samsung's cheapest tablet is said be released in the first quarter, giving the $150 Acer Iconia A1 a run for its money.