Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 prices in South Africa

Dion Wired is running an introductory promotion on the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1

August 28, 2013
Galaxy Tab 3 10.1

Dion Wired recently started offering the 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, advertising a model with 32GB of internal storage for R6,500.

According to an e-mail sent to customers, this price is an introductory special that will run until 31 August 2013. Dion Wired lists the normal price of the Galaxy Tab 3 as R8,000.

Potential buyers should be aware that there did seem to be some errors in the e-mail Dion Wired sent out today (28 August 2013).

In particular, a Dion Wired salesperson confirmed over the phone that they are selling the 16GB model and not the 32GB model.

Support for Long Term Evolution (LTE) is also not listed in the official specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1.

The key specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 as provided by Samsung South Africa are summarised below:

Specifications Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1
Operating System Android 4.2
Display 10-inch WSVGA (1280×800)
Rear camera 3MP
Front camera 1.3MP
Storage, internal 16/32GB
Storage, expandable microSD slot (up to 64GB)
RAM 1GB
Dimensions 176.1 x 243.1 x 7.95mm
Weight 512g
Processor 1.6GHz dual-core Intel Atom
Battery 6,800mAh
Mobile data HSPA+

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Tags: Dion Wired, Headline, Samsung, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1

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