Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite T113
There are cheap tablets and then there are cheap tablets made by Samsung. We’re very certain which of the two choices we’d prefer to have. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite, for instance, isn’t the biggest or absolute best tablet that you’re going to encounter but Samsung are the ones making it so you know that you’re not just throwing your money away.
That’s because this 7-inch tablet comes standard with a 1024 x 600 TFT screen. That’s not normally remarkable but Samsung are the ones putting this piece of hardware together, remember? So even a sub-720p screen looks good.
There’s a 1.3GHz quad-core processor in place inside the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite, as well as 1GB of system RAM. Those are fairly entry-level specs for any tablet but that just means you’re slipping under the tablet-owner’s barrier for entry. There’s 8GB of storage off the bat and users can supplement this with up to 64GB of storage from a microSD card. If you wanna, that is.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite is a WiFi only tablet, so you will need to have it within range of a wireless internet connection when you’re downloading (and in some cases using) apps, making this an ideal at-home or office-assistant device. Assuming you can stop playing Clash of Clans on it.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite is a very entry-level tablet. It makes no secrets of this and is priced accordingly so you need to pick your owners on this one. This isn’t a gift for someone who has the latest of everything. Rather, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite is what you get for that family member who still won’t get rid of that monochrome Nokia smartphone. Maybe a trip around an Android operating system will bring them a little more up to date.