Summary: I bought my Galaxy in May 2011 and for checking email and looking up maps, checking news this device is pretty nice. But the camera has a nasty bug, freezes when taking or trying to take a picture. Connecting to news articles with video is slow. Lately Google has been popping up with lots of force quit service messages. I suspect sync with Google calendar is the culprit. I do like this tablet but Samsung and Google could do better with on line support help.
Summary: This was an great little tablet when I got it nearly two years ago. Now that it is no longer being properly supported, not so much. The features frequently lock up, especially the when trying to play a video. Sadly I bought this with a Sprint Data plan which means the data plan is going to outlive the usefulness of this model.
Summary: The tab needs to be able to update to Android Gingerbread or Honeycomb. The low OS version limits its performance, applications can be laggy and the entire tab can freeze up. There are many bugs, but if you just want it for casual, home use, then you should like it.
Summary: It's been long enough. The features Gingerbread offers compared to FROYO ARE important. Demonstrates an unacceptable level of indifference from AT&T, given how long other carriers' tabs have offered the upgrade. I feel like I've got an old, outdated piece of equipment that's been abandonded by the carrier on whom I'm helplessly dependent.
Summary: I purchased the tab for the Hotspot feature to use my laptop at home. Downloading is so slow it reminds me of an old Commodore 64. Maybe the problem is Verizon though. The WiFi feature barely picks up a signal at the coffee shops where my laptop works fine. I was hoping to replace the laptop at coffee shops but I haven't been able to. Once again, it could be Verizon's way to charge you more for data! This is my first experience with this technology..