Samsung doesn’t seems to be competing on the tablet market anymore

by Ruchira on June 25, 2013

galaxy-tab-3Samsung has just announced the refreshment of galaxy tab series with Galaxy Tab 3.0. Higher end option is the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 ($399) which packs 1.6Ghz Intel Atom Z2560 processor with just 1GB of RAM and good ol’ 1280*800 LCD TFT display.

Galaxy Tab 8.0 and 7.0 also gets the refreshment and Galaxy Tab 8.0 ($299) packs Exynos 1.5Ghz dual core processor, 1.5GB RAM, Android 4.2, 1280*800 display and Galaxy Tab 7.0 ($199) includes 1.2Ghz dual core processor, 8GB of storage and 1024*600 LCD display.

See there’s nothing new on those models except they are called Galaxy Tab 3 series. Last years specs and nothing surprising than the original Galaxy Tab models. While Samsung likes to include cutting edge hardware on its Phones and the phablets like Galaxy Note, it certainly seems like they have stopped doing same on their tablet line. 

We really need innovation on this segment like Google done with Nexus 10, which is a product of Samsung. Nexus 10 is still the most powerful and advanced Android tablet on the market and now its nearly an year old. Considering Samsung made Nexus 10 I’m wondering why don’t they push their own tablet line anymore.

I’m an advocate of Android but I think when it comes to tablet’s Ipad just doesn’t has any competition. App’s and everything is just superior on Ipad and these Android manufacturers are one reason that the Android tablet’s aren’t evolving quickly like it did on smartphones. For now lets hope Samsung will at least try to make a change with its upcoming Galaxy Note 10.1

I'm Ruchira Sahan and all posts on this blog are completely my thoughts and writings. I love DIY and Technology. So feel free to contact me for anything about this blog and don't forget to add a comment if this blog helped you! Thanks
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