Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P1000 / GT-P1010
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Samsung galaxy tab
vinoojfreddy, REVIEW STREAM
23 March 2014
Excerpt: I had been looking forward to the release of Samsung tablet, since I am a frequent traveler, and I love to read e-books while on the move. At the same time, I want to be active in Facebook and I don’t have to carry both e-reader and a phone at the same time Samsung galaxy tablet is a great choice for android lovers who are not comfortable with the size and multimedia features of iPad.
Excerpt: I had the opportunity to try out the Samsung Galaxy Tab before its release next month. It will be sold at S$998 but I think it is worth the buy for those who can afford it. It is a tablet but it is also a phone. But the last thing you want to do is use it as a phone because it is a 7-inch device. Samsung Galaxy Tab is an Android powered device with the latest version 2.2 operating system.
Excerpt: Samsung Galaxy Tab is one of my first Android tablets. When I first heard about this tablet in 2010, I thought it was just stunning! Finally, Samsung created something that is worthy of notice and something that could send Apple’s iPad scramming for the exit door! The 7 inch tablet comes with a 1GHz processor, 32GB of storage, 2 Cameras, Wifi and 3G connectivity, with full flash support and ever yummy froyo (Android 2.2).
Excerpt: I did not get the Samsung galaxy tab 2 after much deliberation. It was an impromptu purchase without knowing much about the same. It is quite a capable tab with a lot of functionality packed under its 7 inch screen. I am not a tech junkie, but an average user. So any technical references like GHz ...
Summary: I bought both my husband and myself one of these tablets over 2 years ago and they both still function excellently! They are sprint compatible, my phone compatible etc. My 2 year old plays on mine all the time with eductational games and my husband uses his for work and I think they are phenominal!
Excerpt: This was my second tablet after buying the Sony Tablet S. I loved the Sony so I decided to take a leap and try out Samsung as well. I got the 7" version which is a little smaller than the Sony so that it would be easier for me to take around. I have to say that I love it. The screen is very responsive, pages load quickly and it's the perfect size to carry around. The colors are very bright making youtube videos enjoyable to watch. Pictures come out nicely as well.
Excerpt: I recently purchased the Galalxy after a disappointing run with a Dell Streak 7. The galaxy holds a heck of a charge. Got it on monday after nnon charged it. Turned it off on monday night and tuesday night. Then did not turn it off again. Charge lasted unitl Friday night. Then at 12% charge left I decided to charge it. Screen is viewable from all angles. Touch screen is not sticky and very responsive. only 3g but Get good signal out in the sticks where I live.