A new rumor suggests that Samsung’s flagship tablet, the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, has arrived at T-Mobile, one of the biggest American carriers (a release date is already highly expected). It appears that the tablet is available through several retailers as well as carriers in the United States. In the same time, it has been spotted at the official uncarrier’s website and in its brick and mortar stores.
According to a screenshot revealed earlier, the tablet seems to be compatible with the T-Mobile’s LTE network, and now, it has its place on the carrier’s internal inventory system – so a release date will soon be revealed. As expected, the tablet will have T-Mobile logo printed on it, and it will be compatible with all T-Mobile’s services and products.
In what concerns Samsung’s tablet (mainly specs-wise), the Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 offers a display resolution of 1025 x 600 on a 7-inch screen, powered by a 1.7 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and 1 GB of RAM. In the same time, users will receive 8 GB of internal storage having the possibility to extend it using the MicroSD card slot. Out of the box, the tablet runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and it is compatible with the 4G LTE connection.
As you can see, the tablet is not that powerful, but it is definitely a mid-end handset suitable for every user. Regarding T-Mobile’s offering, the carrier did not offer any specific details regarding the price, but it appears that the tablet may be purchased online for $0 down and $13 per month on EIP (Equipment Installment Plan) which means that the tablet will end up costing a total of $312.
What is worth mentioning the fact that tablet owners will get 200MB of data for free each month from T-Mobile, when purchasing Samsung’s tablet. If you plan to buy a tablet any time now, you should keep in mind this new deal. I am sure that such an entry-level tablet will offer a lot of advantages for multiple users.