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
Excerpt: We’ve said it before, but it won’t be long before Samsung has a Galaxy Tab in every possible size. More than any other tablet maker, the company is trying on all sizes with consumers to see what sticks.
Pros: Fantastic battery life, Gorgeous AMOLED screen, 7.7 inches is a good screen size, Samsung TouchWiz UI looks great, 4G LTE connectivity, Super thin and super lightweight, Great construction
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.