Reviews and Problems with Samsung GALAXY Tab 8.9 P7300 / P7310 / P7320 / SGH-i957
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4 September 2012
Summary: I really enjoyed my time with the Tab 8.9 4G, and I think its standout features would be two parts. First, its lightweight and secondly, its 4G connectivity. You're really only going to get the 4G version of the Tab 8.9 for the 4G, which is why 4G has been covered so much in this review.
Conclusion: With Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) just around the corner, the entire interface of the Galaxy Tab 8.9 may change soon, but from the looks of it, Google’s new OS appears to take some cues (like the font) from Samsung’s TouchWiz UI.
Conclusion: If you find the original 7” Samsung GALAXY Tab too small and the GALAXY Tab 10.1 too big for you to handle, then it’s a no-brainer conclusion that the GALAXY Tab 8.9 offers that tangible solution in bridging the gap.
Pros: Brilliant and colorful display, Razor thin profile construction, Good battery life
Excerpt: After tinkering with the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 , one thing is clear: Samsung has really done its homework on the tablet market. The Tab 8.9 offers the same functionality and performance of its big brother, the Tab 10.1, but with a smaller display size (8.9 inches vs.
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 is impossible to dislike. Unlike some Honeycomb tablets (or tablettes even), it doesn’t make a virtue out of being confusing or crashing randomly. It’s well made, light and extremely portable, with a screen that’s big enough for web, email and films, but small enough to...
Pros: Little and lithe, good screen, very usable with TouchWiz, excellent for games and video
Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 4G review: Australia's first 4G tablet is handy, but no world beater
Good Gear Guide.au
23 March 2011
Conclusion: The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 4G is Australia's first 4G tablet, offering impressive data speeds and a size and weight that we think is near perfect. However, Telstra's currently limited 4G coverage, a high price tag and some niggling software issues mean you should probably give the Galaxy Tab 8.9 4G...
Pros: 4G connectivity, Excellent size and weight, Good build quality
Cons: 4G coverage currently limited, Sluggish performance, Too expensive
Excerpt: (Dette er en oppdatert versjon av testen på Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9) Hva er det ved nye Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE som gjør at vi øyeblikkelig faller for brettet? Er det penere enn andre brett? Er det størrelsen?