Samsung’s newly announced PRO lineup of tablets looks awesome, if I do say so myself. But the company can’t release a set of high end tablets at high prices without releasing more tablets to appease those on a budget. The first confirmed budget tablet in the pipeline is the Samsung SM-T110, which looks to be the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite.
This device’s user manual was posted by Samsung itself on its Polish support page. The device will feature a 7-inch 1024×600 display, a 1.2GHz Marvell dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage with a microSD slot, a 3,600 mAh battery, and a 2MP camera. It’s just another tablet that’s almost not worth buying due to the very poor spec list. With KitKat being optimized for low end hardware, this might have been decent, but this tablet is launching with Jelly Bean.
This device should be announced sometime in the next few weeks, and should cost somewhere around $165 for the Wi-Fi version and $263 for the 3G version. It’s hard to justify buying such a terribly-specced tablet when there are far better options around, so I guess we’ll continue to wait for Samsung to make a good budget tablet. What do you think of this device?