Samsung Galaxy Tab III For Kids To Be Released
We heard and even saw pics of the supposed Samsung Galaxy Tab III for kids but we didn’t take it seriously and thought they were just kidding.
But now, the jokes are away and the fact has come to stay because Samsung will be releasing a new smart device soon and this won’t be for the oldies or adolescents but for your kids or the kids.
You no longer need to get worried your four year old nephew will go fumbling his hands with your Samsung Galaxy Tab because he will have another more pleasurable and colorful to his eyes.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 for children will come with a colorful cover, a rugged casing and a child friendly interface.
The rugged case or cover of the Samsung Galaxy Tab III makes it stand the rough and uncaring nature of a child.
Your child’s fragile hands will have no probs holding the Samsung Galaxy Tab III as it will arrive with an orange bumper-like kids case to offer better grip and protection and will save your kid from easily breaking, scratching or cracking the device as this will be bound to occur.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab III will be equipped with a 7 – inch screen and will replace the normal TouchWiz software with a child-friendly interface.
The new kiddies Samsung Galaxy Tab III will also come pre-loaded with educational software, games and apps and the slate will have access to a dedicated kids app store which will be controlled by parents and guardians so as to prevent the little one from raking up bills as a result of app purchase.
Not to forget, there is also an “easy-to-grip” C Pen for drawing.
It will also have a time-management feature that locks the Galaxy tablet after a stipulated time. Samsung reckons this is to ensure parents can properly monitor how much time their nippers are spent staring at a device screen.
Samsung will launch the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids in early September in Korea, while China, Europe, USA, Africa, South America and South East Asia markets will follow shortly. There is no official pricing info yet though.
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