Reviews and Problems with Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 / GT-P5200 / GT-P5210 / GT-P5220
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22 November 2013
Summary: - Samsung tried to deviate from the standard design for an Android tablet and the gamble almost worked. Sure, the tablet runs Android on an Intel Atom processor, but there are lag issues that plague it such that it is not a good experience compared to the standard ARM based competitors.
Summary: The Galaxy Tab line has always been one that we perceive to be a good choice, but nothing outstanding. Samsung has once again delivered a tablet that is good, but not amazing. The Galaxy Tab 3 is a competent enough tablet that will perform many of the tasks you want it to, although some of the...
Summary: Round 3. A new SoC is used and the 3G model has been replaced with an LTE module. Now an Atom SoC from Intel can exhibit its performance. Are these the significant differences compared with the 10-inch precursor or is there more to it?
Pros: LTE module, Viewing angle stable screen, Good battery runtimes, Several screen modes selectable, Expandable storage, The overall bundle offers enough power and copes well with all tasks placed on it. Browsing on the go is possible owing to the LTE module.
Cons: No Full HD screen, Slightly increased black value, Purchase price, Outdated camera resolution, The precursor and the 8-inch model already had this resolution. An upgrade to Full HD would have been appreciated.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 Review: Feels Like 2012, Looks Dull, Only Audio Impresses (Video)
24 August 2013
Conclusion: Check the updated price on Amazon !
Pros: very good audio, phone calling ability, decent display, decent battery, TV remote feature, very light, And the Cons:
Cons: laggy in games like Dungeon Hunter 4, no camera flash, no touch focus in camera UI, battery indicator issues, slippery design, presence of Home button feels antiquated, useless bloatware, only 1 GB of RAM
Conclusion: Maybe the issue lies with not enough optimization between the new Intel Atom platform on Android, and Samsung's Android build. But whatever the issue, and wherever the fault lies, that's not something you should have to worry about as a consumer.
Pros: Slim design, Light weight makes it easy to hold in one hand, Good audio output
Conclusion: Once regarded as the premium tablet offering from Samsung’s camp to compete against Apple’s mighty iPad , the Galaxy Tab series has now taken the back seat as an entry-level model – leaving the Galaxy Note series to occupy its former throne.
Pros: Thin and light construction, Great battery life
Excerpt: Samsung has no idea what size Android device you want but, by golly, it’s going to find out. Throughout its massive Galaxy lineup, Samsung has hedged its bets on almost every possible device size in an attempt to appeal to as wide an audience as possible.
Pros: Comfortable to hold in one hand, Great for watching movies, Thin and light, Solid battery life
Cons: Interface is slow and choppy, Design feels cheap, Display is mediocre, Problematic performance, Missing a few obviously useful features, Utterly without unique features