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Samsung to launch Galaxy Kids tablet this Christmas



    Samsung Ghana has announced that they will launch the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids, a tablet designed specifically for children this Christmas. The launch will be held at Santa’s Magical Grotto at the Accra Mall on Saturday, December 21st, 2013.
    The event which is set to fascinate dozens of children will mark another milestone for the Smartphone giants. The outdoor of the Kids Tablet is meant to redefine technology for both children and their parents. 
    The event will also seek to give parents and their kids the opportunity to have hands-on session with the new kids’ tablet. There will also be an opportunity for the parents who want to acquire the new Galaxy Tab 3 Kids for their children to do so.   
    The device comes with educational tools and safety features. Pre-loaded with six top ranked and globally acknowledged kid’s apps and a new Kid’s Store. The tablet has over 600 activities to cater for children’s entertainment, with content including educational games, entertainment and e-book applications.
    It is also designed to give parents the opportunity to select the apps they want their kids to have access to, using the Application Manager Control system.
    The Galaxy Tab 3 Kids has a Time Management feature, which allows parents to set specific time periods for use with password protection. When the designated use-time is up, a password protected lock screen will appear on the screen to prevent further use of the device.
    The Galaxy Tab 3 Kids has a 1.2GHz dual processor, 1GB RAM, a 3MP front-facing camera and a 1.3MP rear-facing camera. It also comes with lucrative accessories like the kids grip cover which comes in different colours, multiple stand options and an ‘easy-to-grip’ C Pen, to help children draw.
    With the same interface as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 (7-inches) and a powerful performance, the Galaxy Kids Tablet can also be used by kids as they grow up while parents can also enjoy all the features of a regular tablet by activating the standard mode.
    “Technology is our future and as our future leaders, we need be give these kids a tool that can help them express themselves in the safest, educative and entertaining way possible” said Jaspreet Singh, Business Leader for Handheld Products at Samsung Ghana,. “The Galaxy Tab 3 Kids is here for our kids to make them learn and play the smart way”.  

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