Samsung will be launching the Galaxy Tab 3 line of Android tablets in Australia and India starting on July 18th.
As you know, the three Galaxy Tab devices are available in 10.1-inch, 8-inch and 7-inch sizes.
Samsung’s vice president of telecommunications in Australia, Tyler McGee, said: “The Galaxy Tab 3 represents the next evolution of our highly successful Galaxy Tab 2 range, offering consumers more of what they have come to expect from the Galaxy brand, with an array of options in terms of size, local content and features.”
The Galaxy Tab 3 models will be powered with Jelly Bean 4.2 and feature 50 GB of Dropbox cloud storage for two years, a one month free trial of Samsung’s Music Hub music streaming service, a two week trial of Quickflix’s movie and TV subscription streaming service, and a two month Mobile Security Trial from Norton.
Samsung’s Experience Stores in Sydney and Melbourne will have the tablets for pre-sale on July 18 and other retail partners soon afterwards.