Samsung has been a brand leader in the smartphone business since a long time. The company has made quite the base for itself in modern times enough to make it rule among the other smartphone makers in the native market.
The company recently unveiled its Galaxy Tab 3 series recently. This series sees a lot of similarities to the Galaxy S4. The series offers any big Galaxy fan a solid experience in three reasonably priced sizes.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 series marks a comeback for the company in the tablet segment, after it unveiled the Note 510 in the Indian market sometime back.
Design-wise, all the tablets in the Galaxy Tab 3 range share the same design. They all run Android Jelly Bean, while each tablet features a physical home button accompanied by two capacitive Menu and Back keys on either side.
But keeping the design aspect aside for the time being, what really are the hidden features that have been incorporated in the Galaxy Tab 3 series? We take a look at the top 5.
If you long press the menu button, you will be able to launch the internet search more quickly. If you have already set up a default browser it will kick off, else Samsung's stock browser will offer you access to the web.
It's easy to add and delete home screen pages via the Galaxy Tab 3 series. Just pinch the screen with your two fingers and the full home screen appears. There onwards, you can you drag away whatever you don't like and be done with it.
All the three devices in the series have the S Voice assistant included in their user interface. This allows you to get all you work done via the device just using your voice. Just double press the home button to get started. But don't expect a Google Now type of interface.
You can commence watching a video or a movie on your tab without stopping to write a text or a mail. Press the button at the bottom right corner and your video playback screen gets small. You can later drag it to reduce size of that window
As the name suggests, this feature allows you to view more windows at one time on the screen. And this is more useful due to the series' big sized screens. You have to turn on the option in the settings first to get started, though.