Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 N5100 / N5110 / N5120
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Why Not Purchase the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 Model GT-N5120, instead?
J. Levesque, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Why not buy the GT-N5120? It's a cell phone and a tablet! I use mine on Straight Talk here in the U.S. with the AT&T compatible micro-sim. You can't get LTE data speeds here in the U.S. with the GT-N5120, but you can get H+ which is nearly as fast as 4G.
Summary: I'm having minor irritations with this tablet; I'm not sure whether it's hardware or software. Hardware will probably always be suspect because it's reconditioned but on the other hand, I wouldn't have it at all if I couldn't have gotten an affordable used one.
Excerpt: I have several Samsung products and I am used to their efficiency. The Samsung Note 8 tablet is nice but the battery life is terrible and it just doesnu2019t respond to all the apps like the phones or the bigger tables do. I donu2019t know if that is due to the carrier or to the product but more updates should have been done to the OS.
Summary: Samsung galaxy note 8.0 gt-5100 16gb 3G + wifi. This was a 2nd one ordered and it still shows 9.78gb (advertise 16gb) disappointed and lost...doesn't make sense no feedback comments mentioned regard to this concern from previous buyers or explanation from sellers? Apology but This is ridiculous.
Summary: Well, its a very nice tablet. The S pen works flawlessly. that is where it excels. The Quad core processor is needed in all Samsung Tablets. This one has a quad core, but without that it would suffer like the other Samsung tablets. I ultimately returned mine. Not because it was terrible, but because the screen was very noticeably 1280 x 800. The pixel grid is easy to spot and a premium tablet like this one should have at least 1920 x 1080.