Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus / 7.0 Plus N / GT-P6210 / GT-P6211 / GT-P6200 / GT-P6201 / SGH-T869
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus Review
17 April 2014
Summary: The 7-inch tablet market is getting more crowded by the minute, and by less expensive contenders. That being said, Samsung's Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus represents the high end of the 7-inch tablet market.
Conclusion: Still, Samsung makes great tablets with excellent screens, cameras, and sound systems, and this one is no exception. If the lack of stand-alone data and video ports aren't important to you, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus will please.
Pros: Bright, colorful screen, Lots of extra apps and interface enhancements, Good cameras
Conclusion: The Galaxy Tab 7 Plus is actually my favorite 7" Android tablet because it's thin, portable and extremely fast. The IR blaster and Peel AV Remote software make for great couch companions, and the tablet has a microSD card slot for expansion.
Summary: How does Ice Cream Sandwich affect the last gen's tiny Tab?
Pros: Upgrade to Android 4.0 (ICS), Solid performance, Good size/feel, Expandable storage, Ice Cream Sandwich is available as an over-the-air upgrade, and it immediately clears much of the lag that we saw while first using the tablet with Honeycomb installed. It's not quite as smooth or powerful as new...
Cons: Responsiveness issues, Display lacks pop, Meager cameras, Limited use of home screens, Overpriced at/near full rate, Following the launch of the Kindle Fire and Nexus 7, the original $400 price on the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus seems utterly laughable. If you can find it for a bargain (say, half that pr...