Prepare your kids for all new Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids special edition, fully designed targeting the Kids that load bundles of education contents, games and e-book and contains special setting that help parents to guide the device
After the launch of the device, Samsung, the tech giant would be the first-ever company to produce Android tablet for kids. Tablet will pack all the contents only for Kids that would help them to learn things faster and better
Galaxy Tab 3 Kids will get full access to apps store to download games and educational apps and more that specially designed for kids. Parents can take full control over the usage of the tablet by using Android setting such as password protected lock screen which will only open after parents enter lock-password and application manager.
A special table-case will also be developed to prevent any damages from accidentally drops and a and C-Pen for drawing.
Let’s come to:
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids specifications
Samsung tablet for Kids will have a 7 inch TFT display with WVGA resolution of 1024×600 pixel. Android operating system will load a 1.2GHz dual core processor, 1GB RAM and 8GB internal storage. This is the amazing specifications. And System storage also supports a 32GB external memory card.
Android Jelly Bean 4.1 will be lucky enough to operate the system. A 3MP rear camera is enough for storing the kids special moments and there is also a 1.3MP front camera. Connectivity features come as Bluetooth 3.0, A-GPS, WiFi b/g/n, USB port.
Galaxy Tab 3 kids has 4000 mAh battery backup. From the above specs, it’s clear that system will run smoothly without any problem. Samsung is always strict to maintain the right specifications for right device and this time no difference we have found although the tablet is mainly designed for kids.No wonder that tablet will create a huge expectation in near future.
Galaxy Tab 3 Kids specifications Launch date and Price
Launch date of Galaxy Tab 3 kids is not set yet but expected to come in early September in South Koria and the price is still unknown.