Samsung debuted the Galaxy Tab 3 range in Australia this morning, and good-Lord are they affordable.
Previously, the Tab range had been pitched at a premium-price point in the Australian market, but Samsung is now trying to get in to the market with a low-cost, high-quality set of products.
There are three Galaxy Tab 3′s in the new range: all at differing sizes and price points.
The Galaxy Tab 3 7-inch is the smallest and most affordable in the range, with a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and either 8GB of storage (with 32GB of expandable memory), all powered by a 4000mAh battery. The 7-inch model comes in at $249.
The 8-inch model is the middle of the range at $349 and packs a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 1.5GB of RAM, either 16GB of storage (with 64GB of expandable memory), all powered by a 4450mAh battery.
The largest model in the Tab 3 range comes in at $399, saddled with a new dual-core 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor 1GB of RAM, either 16GB of storage (with 64GB of expandable memory) and a massive 6800mAh battery.
Each of the new Tabs also comes with a 2-year Samsung warranty.
The new Tab 3 range goes on sale from late-July.
Stay tuned for the first impressions of the Galaxy Tab 3 later on.