Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 / GT-P6800 / GT-P6810
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 (Verizon Wireless)
26 May 2012
Conclusion: The Verizon Wireless Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is one of the most beautifully designed Android tablets you can find, offering up solid performance with fast LTE, and a stunning Super AMOLED Plus display, but it's simply too expensive.
Pros: Thin and light aluminum construction. Beautiful Super AMOLED Plus screen. Outstanding battery life. Fast 4G LTE.
Cons: High off-contract price. Doesn't ship with the latest version of Android.
Excerpt: With so many tablets to choose from, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 strives to be different with a Super AMOLED display and its own Exynos dual-core 1.4GHz processor. We take a closer look at yet another tablet from the Korean company.
Pros: Extremely light and thin profile, Rich colors from Super AMOLED display, Long battery life
Cons: Sluggish interface, 30-pin proprietary USB connector, Poor placement of stereo speakers
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is currently one of our picks for 7-8" tablets. It has a great display, is very fast and is easy on the eyes. It's super-slim, has fast Verizon LTE for data most anywhere and Samsung has finally changed to a classier metallic back and added a micro SD card slot.
Pros: Super-slim, great display, fast, 4G LTE, good battery life.
Excerpt: Samsung sells a lot of different tablets, and the number's growing rapidly. Typically the differences between models are slight — a slightly larger or smaller screen, a new processor, or a thinner chassis — but Samsung took some bigger steps with the new Galaxy Tab 7.7: it’s the first Galaxy Tab to...
Pros: Excellent display, Thin and well-built, Solid LTE speeds, Great battery life
Cons: Honeycomb is a drag on any tablet, Expensive, especially off-contract, Some bloatware
Conclusion: Seriously, Samsung has every consumer covered now that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE is finally on the scene – and it’s pretty amazing considering the feverish rate they pump out new models.
Pros: Glowing Super AMOLED Plus display, Different looking design from Samsung, Great for viewing photos & videos, IR Blaster that turns it into a remote
Cons: Expensive, Abysmal 720p video recording quality, Sluggish performance
Summary: Samsung recently admitted that it's "not doing very well" in Android tablets. Will the $499 Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 change that? There's certainly a lot to like here. The device combines fast 4G LTE speeds and a dazzling display and wraps it all up in a .03-inch chassis.
Summary: Hands down, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is the best tablet is its class, at least at the time of this review. With its fantastic Super AMOLED Plus screen and an exceptionally fast processor, the Tab 7.7 is strong where it counts.
Pros: Fantastic Super AMOLED display, Exceptional speed, Thin and light
Summary: Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 has a 7.7-inch Super AMOLED plus display with WXGA resolution (1280 x 800). Measuring at 196.7 x 133 x 7.89mm and weighs 335g. Also feature 1.4GHz dual-core processor and running on Android version 3.2 with TouchWiz UX skinning.