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Discussion in 'Third party hardware, software and accessories' started by murmurr, Jul 27, 2014.
decided not to get the tab s because of the usb 2.0 charging port.
From Samsung Philippines Facebook Page:
The wifi version is now at around 16k online. That is a steal, imo.
Can you elaborate please?
I've had a very bad experience kasi the a usb 2.0 charger port. (eg. galaxy tab 2 and galaxy s3). bumigay kaagad siya.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab S now packs speedy LTE-Advanced data - Engadget
Sadly, only available in S. Korea
Samsung Galaxy Tab S to get Lollipop as soon as next month | Cult of Android
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 Wi-Fi Joins The Lollipop Party | Android Police
guys kamusta ang batt life ng S8.4 nyo? im selling my mini 3 for this... ganda ng screen e... mas ok sa games.
is the galaxy tab S LTE capable of calls / text (SMART network)? Thanks
yes but would suggest use the earphones that came with it
Samsung's Galaxy Tab S2 launching in August in 8-inch and 9.7-inch versions | Android Central
Android 5.0 Lollipop
2048x1536 Super AMOLED display
Octa-core processor ([email protected] and [email protected])
8MP Camera, 2.1MP Front Facing
32GB or 64GB, with a microSD card to add up to 128GB of extra storage
8-inch version - 5.6mm thin, 265g
9.7-inch version - 5.6mm thin, 389g
From 8.4" to just 8"? Why?!
^Tab S is the Tab A's high end brother... Maybe the move to 8-inches will save Samsung some manufacturing costs...
So no follow-up to the 10.5 version? Awesome.
I am loving my Galaxy Tab S 10.5, glad to know it isn't obsolete... yet. It's the perfect size, perfect weight, zippy performance too.
If and when a new 10.5 comes along though, I may let my daughter inherit my old one and I will just get the new one.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab S2 is slimmer, smaller and squarer
Samsung has revealed its new 8-inch and 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S2 models, and they're considerably different from last year. As revealed by a leak yesterday, it shrunk both of last year's models and killed the widescreen (16 x 10) aspect ratio, instead giving them an iPad-like 4 x 3 format. The company said that'll help "recreate the viewing experience of browsing through traditional print media," and make it easier to read e-books and web pages. On the other hand, less of the screen is now available for watching movies, particularly since both Galaxy Tab S2 models have also taken a step down in resolution from QuadHD to 2,048 x 1,536.
Obviously, Samsung thinks people use their tablets for reading more often than watching movies. It's placed extra emphasis on that with the new Super AMOLED screen, which has a reading mode that "modifies the screen's brightness level to help users read content for longer periods of time." Helping as well is the fact that both models have slimmed down to 5.6mm and weigh in at 0.85 pounds (9.7-inch) and 0.56 pounds (8-inch). That's a millimeter thinner and about 10 percent lighter than before.
Spec-wise, the new model is a nice leap over last year. The Tab S2 has an 8-core chip running at 1.9Ghz/1.3Ghz, likely the Exynos 5433 used in the Galaxy Note 4 (but not the Galaxy S6's top-of-the-line Exynos 7420, as rumored). Other specs include 3GB of RAM, 32/64GB memory (expandable via MicroSD) and 5,870 mAh/4,000 mAh batteries. Those are considerably smaller than before, but then again, they won't have to drive nearly as many pixels on the lower-res AMOLED screens. Meanwhile, the Tab S2 has a built-in fingerprint scanner like last year's model, and will run Android 5 Lollipop with Samsung's latest, toned-down version of TouchWiz.
The Galaxy Tab S2 will launch next month, but Samsung hasn't said how much it'll cost yet. Last year, however, it ran $400 and $500 for the smaller and larger models, respectively.
I guess now is the best time to buy a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4.
There's too much compromise for this tab. What gives, Samsung?
I would give it pass for this version I am still good with my Tab S 8.4 LTE
Nice to see that Samsung haven't given up on Tablets...
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 leak all but confirms the stylus will stick out | The Verge
plan to buy a 2ndhand macbook air worth 30K below for my daugther (college use). But while window shopping and saw the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e at P26K+ minus the keyboard. I think mas ideal itoand less worries. Any of you guys have firsthand experience with this Samsung Tab or any comparable tablets? Your comments and other suggestions will be highly appreciated.
Today’s tablets isn’t there yet to be laptop replacements. I think it would be better if you get a laptop for your daughter.