Thursday, 3 April 2014

Review: Galaxy Tab Kid

Smart devices isn't just for grown ups alone, its should be adapted for kids too. This is exactly what Samsung has done with it's Galaxy Tab 3 Kids. Exciting right?
 Lets look into its features.


It’s an attractive mini-tablet with a simple design. This particular model is coloured a pale yellow which helps is stand out from the usual black and white devices. It has the same dedicated home buttons placed at the bottom of the device.
The Tab 3 Kids run on Google’s Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS which is heavily modified with younger audiences in mind. The standard home screen has been transformed into a cartoonish menu. To select apps you drag your finger across the screen to scroll through a list of big icons.

Its dual-core 1.2 GHz processor is more than capable to running anything that’s available on the store. Apps will open within just a second of pressing on them and run smoothly with no crashes or other such issues.
With its 3 megapixel camera will be just fine for any child and also record video to the same satisfactory standard.
Kids also have 8GB of space to play around with, so there’s plenty of room for recordings and snaps.
An amazing feature is the 4000 mAh battery, which keeps the device going for over a day of constant use of apps and games.

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