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After having conquered the world with its smartphones and tablets, Samsung is now turning its attention to your kids. Korean Retailer, MovePlayer, went on to leak these images of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids.
From the images, it is clear that the South Korean electronics giant has just repackaged its 7-inch Galaxy Tab with more screams, giggles and fun. The playful and colorful design might just become a hit with your toddler.
Expect a 7-inch display with 1024×600 resolution, a 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and around 8GB of internal storage. There's also a 1.3MP camera, Bluetooth 3.0, NFC, W-Fi, and even a 4,000mAH battery. The body looks like it has a rubber casing, which is great for those infinite drops and bumps. The UI design has also been designed for children and there should be quite a few parental lock options and even some dedicated apps that come pre-loaded on the device.
This isn't the first move from a tech-giant into the children's entertainment space. For instance, take Archos's ARNOVA Child Pad, which made a debut last year. Does it make sense for tech-companies to venture into this segment? Absolutely! Kids today learn how to use an iPad for games long before they start to read or write. They're playing Sub-Way surf and interacting with apps from their favorite TV shows all the time.
There aren't any details on launch dates. We're not even sure if this device will hit markets other than Korea. But if Samsung does play its cards right, it could be one of the pioneers in the very powerful and rewarding segment of children's entertainment.