Samsung unveils new line of Galaxy Tab tablets in three screen sizes

June 24, 2013 at 7:44 PM

SEOUL, June 24 (UPI) -- South Korean electronics giant Samsung says the newest versions of its tablet computer offering, the Galaxy Tab, will go on sale in July.

The Galaxy Tab 3 will go on sale in three different screen sizes; a 7-inch screen for $199, an 8-inch screen for $299 and a 10.1-inch screen for $399, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday.

Pre-sales for the devices at a variety of retailers, including Best Buy and Walmart, as well as online at Samsung.com, will start Tuesday.

With the purchase of a Galaxy Tab 3, Samsung will include $10 credit for the Google Play store, a 3-month subscription to the Hulu Plus video streaming service and 2-years of 50 gigabytes of online storage from Dropbox.

Color options will include white and gold-brown, while internal storage can be bumped up to 64 gigabytes courtesy of a microSD card slot.

Galaxy Tab 3 models sold in the United States will be WiFi-only, with no cellular capability.

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