Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 vs Amazon Kindle Fire HDX
Top Four Reasons for the
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
Compared to Amazon Kindle Fire HDX
Has an external memory slot
The device has a standard memory slot (such as an SD or micro SD card slot) so that you can either extend the internal storage with affordable memory modules or you can retrieve data, such as photographs, easily from a memory card.
15.90 mm narrower
A bit less body volume
1.32% less body volume
Has a cellular module
Devices which use cellular technology can connect to mobile networks. Cellular networks have much wider signal coverage than WiFi.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 is better than Amazon Kindle Fire HDX because...
Top 15 Reasons for the
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX
Compared to Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
Explicitly faster CPU clock speed
4 x 2.2 GHz
2 x 1.2 GHz
3.67x faster CPU clock speed
Appreciably higher resolution
3.75x higher resolution
Explicitly higher pixel density
1.90x higher pixel density
Lots more RAM memory
1 GB more RAM memory
1 mm thinner
Has stereo speakers
Devices with stereo speakers deliver sound that surrounds the user from left and right side, creating a richer sound and a better experience.
Can be charged via standard USB cable
It can be charged and operated with a standard USB cable connected to your computer, or with a USB power supply.
Has a HDMI output
Devices with a HDMI or mini HDMI port can transfer high definition video and audio to a display.
Direct updates by OS vendor
It can be updated directly by the OS vendor, so no need to wait until the manufacturer or network provider releases an update.
Has an IPS screen
IPS (In-Plane Switching) is a technology used for LCDs. It was designed to overcome the main limitations of normal TFTs TN-matrices: relatively slow response times, small viewing angles and low quality color reproduction.
A little bit shorter
2.60 mm shorter
Has a child lock
A child lock enables adults to prevent or restrict children’s use of the device.
Has a gyroscope
A gyroscope is a sensor that can be used to either measure or maintain the orientation of a device. Traditionally, they were built using a spinning rotor to detect changes in orientation, eg. twisting or rotation.