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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16 July 2013
Summary: Programs quit suddenly, a bit slow at times, my entire home screen got all widgets deleted for no reason, saving my music into the hard drive is hard... The product is ok, but can be frustrating at times
Summary: So far,so good;)Very happy with this choice of tablets!I did a lot of researching before purchasing this Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus and I'm glad I chose to go this route because I'm impressed with it and it's seller;)The product came sooner then the estimated delivery date(awesome;)and...
Summary: Does anyone have any suggestion for more apps learning stuff for a 7 year old to download. i tried but things in enlish are hard to find. There are many aps in Japaneese an my 7 yr old is english speaking only.
Summary: Unfortunately, I did not expect it to be locked into the T-mobile system. I purchased this for a friend overseas and thought She could just put a local SIM card in it, and use the local service providers, as the same product is sold in Indonesia.
Summary: Using this tablet for quite some time now. Overall its a good experience, the display is brilliant; its fast, light weight and the size is perfect for long usage hours while holding in your hand.
Summary: I bought this tablet 2 years ago and it still works, model# is P6201, its main feature is capable to use the sim card. Other than that, there's nothing else worth to tell. It started to lag when I upgraded it to android 4.0, not as smooth as before, probably the hardware is not up to date.
Summary: Not properly labeled. This is not the t-mobile Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus (Model T869). It is the previous model (T849) which is also a great device, as described in the product description, but not in the caption. I almost bought this until I read the fine print.
Does not exactly match description. Slow on T-Mobile.
3 April 2012
Summary: I bought this tablet because I thought it was model GT-P6200 as that is what the title says. In reality, it was GT-P6200L which has a few important differences. The first is that it did NOT use 3G on the T-Mobile network. Maybe it does on other networks.