Let me start by declaring that this is the longest title in a goldfries.com article ever, and it’s such a mouthful that I nearly had not enough space to place the watermark.
Thank you ladies, now let’s move on to have a look at the new Tab.
The tablet is powered by an Intel Atom Z2560 that is a dual-core processor with Hyper-Threading, running at 1.6GHz. Along with it is a dual-core PowerVR SGX 544M2 GPU with a clock speed of 400MHz.
1280×800 resolution, dual speakers at the side (landscape mode). The 3G version retails at RM 1,299 while the 4G LTE version at RM 1,599
Here’s a shot of the OS. Some of you dig numbers, so there you go.
Micro SD slot and SIM slot, among many other things.
Lastly – the speakers. Nicely positioned if you were using the tablet in landscape mode.
In my brief test, I think the audio quality seems good. It’s loud enough despite we were already at a noisy place (it’s certainly not an event where everyone’s whispering). Screen looks good, it’s just that I hope Google tweaks the OS further as I still sense noticeable lag, something not uncommon across Intel powered Android devices.
Availability of the Tab 3 10.1 starts this week.