Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 / GT-P5100 / GT-P5110 / GT-P5113 / SGH-I497
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20 March 2015
Summary: - While the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 may be the upgraded version of their flagship 10-inch tablet device, frankly so little has change to really merit it being an upgrade. The tablet is thicker and heavier than its predecessor with only the advantages of coming with Android 4.0 and an IR...
Excerpt: The Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1's TouchWiz Live Panels gives you a customizable home screen experience so you can choose what content you want easy access to. Great for multitaskers, the device's Mini Apps Tray option launches commonly used features like the calculator or task manager as...
Pros: Consumer testers liked the design and feel, Screen is very large for the size of the tablet
Cons: Could have more connectivity options, Low resolution compared to other tablets, Poor screen quality, Subpar camera/video, Below average system speed, Below average sound quality
Excerpt: Samsung GALAXY Tab 2 10.1 is a successor of Sammy's original 10-inch tablet with a slightly bigger batter. Rest of the specs include a 3.2-megapixel rear-facing camera, front-facing camera for video calls, HSPA and WiFi connectivity, GPS, and a ton of built-in storage that is further expandable with...
Pros: Verizon 4G LTE network is incredibly fast, 32GB microSD card included, Integrated kickstand works in portrait and landscape
Cons: Battery life is among the worst we�ve ever seen, No 4G LTE power toggle option, Kickstand in landscape orientation blocks microUSB port
Samsung Galaxy TAB 2 10.1 – Makes a Great Remote Control as well as a Cool Tablet
21 April 2013
Excerpt: This tablet is a nice big 10.1-inch size with a Multitouch 720p HD Screen (1280 x 800). The top edge of the tablet has the power button, a volume rocker button, the SD slot and the IR eye. More on that later when I talk about the Smart Remote app .
Summary: Even with its stellar battery life and good gaming performance, this is not a good tablet. I don’t think I’d go so far as to say it’s the worst tablet on the market, but you will certainly notice its shortcomings should you buy this device.
Summary: This voyage into the Samsung GALAXY Tab 2 10.1 has been a long awaited one. We’ve journeyed far and deep into the various other Samsung GALAXY Tabs, but the 10.1 is undoubtedly the largest, and therefore undoubtedly the most promising.
Pros: Bright, crisp display, Good performance, Loud audio, Android 4.0
Conclusion: The Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) is the same flagship tablet Samsung released a year ago, but this time around it has the latest version of Android and a lower price tag. With mediocre performance and aging components, there are better alternatives.
Pros: More affordable than its predecessor. Ships with Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0). Adds a microSD slot. Sharp, bright screen.
Cons: Aging components. Mediocre battery life. Performance not up to competition.
Excerpt: The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 is a 10.1" (25.6cm), well made, lightweight tablet computer running the Android operating system (version 4 - or 4.0.3 to be exact - also known as Ice Cream Sandwich or ICS - don't ask me where they come up with the names).
Pros: The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1") tablet works well, it's less expensive than the iPad, there are an enormous number of Android apps available right now, and the Tab 2 is more configurable, customizable and personalize-able than the iPad. Battery life is good and the vast majority of owners should...
Cons: The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 is not quite as snappy, responsive or smooth in operation as the rest of the tablets at the top of the heap. The original Tab was a thumb-your-nose nyah-nyah at Apple and the iPad, but the Tab 2 is a contender mainly because it's running Android 4.x. That's not enough to ...
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 vs Toshiba AT300 review: old versus new
15 August 2012
Excerpt: Android tablets are starting to become more affordable, and for less than £350 you can already find tablets from the high-end brands. We tested two that were recently launched, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and the Toshiba AT300.