Samsung's third iteration of the Galaxy Tab series of tablets isn't exactly mind-blowing, with each entry rocking specs that rival that of the aging Nexus 7. While we're mildly offended that Samsung would stick a 1280x800 resolution on a 10.1-inch screen, that doesn't mean we're going to stop you from buying one if your heart so desires. The 7-inch, 8-inch, and 10.1-inch versions of Sammy's largely identical slates have all popped up for pre-order online and at several big box retailers. The prices are the same across all of the distributors, and they all ship on July 7th.


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The 7-inch model comes with 8GB of internal storage, while the 8-inch and 10.1-inch models both come with 16GB. All three feature MicroSD card slots, both front and rear-facing cameras, and a healthy coating of TouchWiz. It's worth noting that the 10.1-inch model is Samsung's first stab at shipping an Intel Android device. Unfortunately, that's about the only innovative thing about this lineup I can think of.