It seems that Samsung has no intention of investing much time in improving its galaxy Tab range of tablets. The new generation of the Galaxy Tab series would have to settle for the mildly effective and mid-range software updates, seeing that the Galaxy note family is officially Samsung’s top notch line up to receive the special privileges. That statement applies particularly to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, which receives the S4 inspired design features and Android Jelly Bean 4.1.2. A reason for the older version of the Android OS being used could be the introduction of the new Marvell chipset. This makes it the only tablet in the Galaxy Tab 3 line up to be deprived of the latest version of the OS. In the review, we will try to figure out whether the implementation of the new Marvell chipset is a real upgrade or otherwise. From the looks of it, Samsung has clearly put more work on the exterior design of the tablet as the interior hardware is mostly unchanged.