Bucking the rumors, gossip, and leaked images, Samsung officially releases their Galaxy Tab 3 tablet, designed to be as portable as it is powerful. Although some sources expected the screen to measure up to 8-inches, Samsung decided to lean toward ease of travel, making the new device its more familiar 7-inches with a similar looking design, layout, and display. The Galaxy Tab 3 runs on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean platform and comes with improvements in its screen resolution (1024x600 pixels at 169 ppi), cameras (3 MP in the rear and 1.3 MP in the front), and processor (1.2 GHz dual-core processor with 1 GB of RAM). To go along with the crisper display and increased speed, Samsung also added a microSD card expansion slot for an extra 64GB and a 4,000 mAH Li-ion battery that should do its part to allow this device to keep up with your busy schedule. Additional perks include an internal accelerometer, light sensors, and an A-GPS system. We're still awaiting price details, but the Wi-Fi Galaxy Tab 3 is expected to release in early May and a 3G available in June. Enjoy more picks of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 after the click.