Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 GT-P5200
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is the company's next iteration of Galaxy Tab devices. The Tab 3 features a 1.2GHz dual-core APU paired with 1GB of RAM and a 4,000 mAh battery. It comes in different models: Wi-Fi-only and 3G versions with either 8GB or 16GB of internal storage.
Thin and light design.
Loud stereo speakers.
Robust quick settings and lock-screen options.
Built-in remote control.
Frustrating performance lag.
Low-resolution screen for price.
No Multi Window mode.
By CNET Australia on October 08, 2013
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 is a sleekly designed tablet, but, with more powerful and cheaper options available, it feels like more of the same, rather than an...60
By Ubergizmo on August 27, 2013
good+) The Galaxy Tab line has always been one that we perceive to be a good choice, but nothing outstanding. Samsung has once again delivered a tablet that is good, but not amazing. The Galaxy Tab 3 is a competent enough tablet that will perform...-
By NotebookCheck on August 25, 2013
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 in review at Notebookcheck Our review sample takes the Galaxy Tab series in its third round. Unfortunately, the significant key spec of display resolution has not been changed because the tablet is still sent into the...86
By DigitalVersus on August 22, 2013
With the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, Samsung keeps merrily churning out updated tablets that don't really change the game. Sure, the design is a bit more elegant, TouchWiz has improved slightly and battery life is top-notch, but there are certain higher-end...80
By itproportal.com on August 09, 2013
Samsung has left the Galaxy Tab line languishing, as the company focuses its efforts on its superior Note devices. The Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 isn't much of an improvement over the Tab 2, which itself was only a modest update to the original Tab. This...60
By Engadget on July 30, 2013
It just won't look pretty doing it, nor will it dazzle with brisk performance -- in fact, you should expect some stuttering. The Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 excels in mediocrity, but for the money you can take a step back in time (and dollars) for the same-y GTab 2 10.1 or resign yourself to paying a little more for something better.-
By Android Central on July 29, 2013
At the end of the day, the Galaxy Tab 3 line is doing little to shake up the Android tablet space. For those looking for an inexpensive way to enlarge their Galaxy experience, the Tab 3 devices are easy choices. They offer decent specs, a reliable and...-
By Computer Shopper on July 26, 2013
The Tab 3 10.1 makes some strides in bench testing, but we ran into some hurdles in day-to-day use: graphics glitches, awkward buttons, and subpar battery life. It's a decent tablet overall, but watch for a price drop (or firmware updates) before...60
By Phone Arena on July 22, 2013
Once regarded as the premium tablet offering from Samsung’s camp to compete against Apple’s mighty iPad, the Galaxy Tab series has now taken the back seat as an entry-level model – leaving the Galaxy Note series to occupy its former...-
By SlashGear on July 16, 2013
If you’ve already got a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 or Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, make with the skipping of this generation. If you want to connect to your Samsung Galaxy S 4-era family of devices with a variety of entertaining and powerful apps and features and have no recent-generation 10.1-inch tablet to speak of, feel free to select the $399 USD Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 – it’s slick.-