While the actual tablet has yet to be seen in the flesh, the existence of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite has all but been confirmed. This latest proof comes from Samsung's own Polish website, which has just put up the user's manual for the SM-T110, the model name for the said device.
The Galaxy Tab 3 Lite was also spotted at the FCC last month but that filing didn't really reveal much about the tablet and neither does this user manual. However, thanks to a Polish retailer that has already announced pre-orders for the device, we're getting a closer look into Samsung's mid-range tablet, especially its processor. That is, of course, if the information is accurate.
We already know about it's 7-inch display with a 1024x600 pixel resolution. But now new details are coming up, including the 1.2 GHz dual-core Marvell PXA986 processor paired with a Vivante graphics chip. There is also only 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage. From the user manual, we know that this can be expanded using a microSD card. Again, aside from the CPU, this Lite version pretty much matches the hardware sheet of the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3.
The said Polish retailer is selling the WiFi only version of the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite for around $165. The SM-T111 3G version, on the other hand, has a $263 price tag. We still have wait for an official announcement, which, given the advanced stage of these pieces of information, should probably be very soon now.