The Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung is planning to make use of March to launch its Galaxy Tab 3 Lite worldwide, with the model coming in pink and blue colors, offering its customers a choice of TouchWiz utilities, among which, a “Kid Mode”, designated towards children, for fun and play. We are talking about a new 7-inch Lite Kids Edition tablet, which is significantly cheaper than the Galaxy Tab 3, as the underpowered device costs around $175, and will come available via a software update in May.
The tablet uses a Kid Mode friendly interface which is simple to use by kids, and why not by parents who enjoy spending their time with them. More than that, the interface has a parental control feature and a wide range of choices for accessing different educational applications that can be downloaded or even bought from the kid friendly app store.
In terms of full specifications, the Galaxy Note 3 Lite with Kid Mode, enhances a 7-inch display with a 16-million color LCD and 600×1024 pixels for 170ppi. The 3 Lite is powered by a good for children 1.2GHz dual-core Cortex-A9 CPU and GC1000 GPU.
The TouchWiz utilities work just fine on the tab`s Android 4.2.2 which depends on the 1GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage, with the possibility of extended space via a microSD slot.
Other specs refer to a good to play and shot 2MP with autofocus camera and face detection, the possibility of video recording with VGA option at 24fps, 3G with voice communication and SMS option, or GPS with the new-enhanced feature A-GPS connectivity.
Other than that, the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite Kid Mode has a standard audio jack, stereo Bluetooth and a 3600 mAh battery, powerful enough to stand heavy usage that kids often make use of with the devices like this one.
To conclude our “children`s parade”, this is not the first time that Samsung is putting on a show a tablet for children, as the Korean smartphone manufacturer also launched the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 for Kids. As a parent, you can too purchase the 3 Lite Kid Mode to complete the kids` series choice of tablets and let your children play with the latest technology for them available on the market so far.
We will keep you posted on fresh news concerning the launch of the tablet in Europe and the costs involved as well. Cheers and don’t forget to write!