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Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE
  • Thương hiệu: Samsung
  • Model: GALAXY TAB PRO 10.1 LTE
  • Ngày phát hành: January, 2014
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • OS: Android v4.4 (KitKat)
  • GPU: Adreno 330
  • CPU: 2.3 GHz, Quad Core Processor
  • Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 800
  • Camera phía sau: 8 MP with autofocus
  • Camera trước: 2 MP

Thông Số Kỹ Thuật Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE


GENERAL
Loại SimSingle Sim, GSM
Sim KépNo
Loại Thiết BịSmartphone
Ngày Phát HànhJanuary, 2014

DESIGN
Kích Thước243.1 x 171.4 x 7.3 mm
Cân Nặng477 g

MÀN HÌNH
LoạiColor LCD screen (16M colors)
Cảm ỨngYes, with Multitouch
Kích Thước10.1 inches, 2560 x 1600 pixels
Tỷ Lệ Khung Hình16:10
Ppi~299 PPI

MEMORY
Ram2 GB
Bộ Nhớ32 GB
Card SlotYes, upto 64 GB

KẾT NỐI
GprsYes
EdgeYes
3GYes 42.2 Mbps Download 5.76 Mbps Upload
4GYes
WifiYes, with wifi-hotspot
BluetoothYes, v4.0
UsbYes, microUSB-MHL v2.0
Tính Năng UsbUSB on-the-go

EXTRA
GpsYes, with A-GPS Support
Cảm BiếnAccelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass
Giắc Cắm Tai Nghe 3.5 MmYes
ExtraHDMI, Tv Out

MÁY ẢNH
Camera Phía Sau8 MP with autofocus
Tính NăngFace detection, Smile detection, Geo tagging
Quay Video1080p @ 30fps FHD
FlashYes, LED
Camera Trước2 MP

TECHNICAL
OsAndroid v4.4 (KitKat)
ChipsetQualcomm Snapdragon 800
Cpu2.3 GHz, Quad Core Processor
GpuAdreno 330
JavaYes, via 3rd party
Trình DuyệtYes, supports HTML

MULTIMEDIA
Hỗ TrợMMS, Instant Messaging, Calendar, YouTube Player
EmailYes, with Push Email
Âm NhạcMP3, WAV, eAAC+, FLAC
VideoMP4, DivX, XviD, WMV, H.264, H.263
Đài FmNo
Trình Đọc Tài LiệuYes

PIN
LoạiNon-Removable Battery
Kích Thước8220 mAh, Li-ion Battery
Thời Gian Đàm Thoại10 hours
Thời Gian Phát Lại Nhạc147 hours

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Pros
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  • Chỉ mô hình Wi-Fi: Quad-Core 1.9 GHz Cortex-A15 & Quad-Core 1,3 GHz Cortex-A7, GPU Mali-T628MP6; Chipset Exynos 5420
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  • 2GB RAM
  • Android OS v4.4 KitKat với Touchwiz UI
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  • 16/32 GB bộ nhớ tích hợp
  • Camera tự động lấy nét 8 MP, 3264x2448 pixel, gắn thẻ địa lý
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  • Camera trước mặt 2MP; Video 1080p
  • Loa stereo gắn bên
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 AC / A / B / G / N Wi-Fi Direct, Hot Băng tần, Wi-Fi Hotspot
  • Bluetooth Stereo V4.0
  • microUSB 2.0; HDMI TV-OUT (yêu cầu bộ chuyển đổi), máy chủ USB (yêu cầu bộ chuyển đổi)
  • khe cắm thẻ nhớ microSD
  • Giắc cắm âm thanh tiêu chuẩn 3,5 mm
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  • GPS với sự hỗ trợ A-GPS; Glonass, La bàn kỹ thuật số
  • Hỗ trợ video XVID / MKV 1080P với phụ đề
  • Tăng tốc kế, cảm biến con quay ba trục
  • Polaris Office 5 Biên tập tài liệu được cài đặt sẵn
  • 8,220mAh Pin Li-PO
Cons
  • Đắt
  • Không có NFC
  • Không có hỗ trợ codec DivX và AC3


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Review by: pokde.net

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Fe Review – Fan Edition Tablet For Everyone

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is basically the more affordable version of the Plus variant, losing out on some of the premium features but still giving you a great multimedia tablet experience. You get a good, large display, comes with the S Pen, stereo speaker setup, reliable performance, solid build quality, user-friendly UI, and the option of having 5G support. However, it does have similar drawbacks to the Plus variant as well as it doesn’t come with a 3.5mm headphone jack, and the rear does still get fingerprint smudges despite the finish. On top of that, it’s a shame that it doesn’t have a high refresh rate option, and the move from Super AMOLED to TFT is a bit of a letdown. Regardless, being priced from RM1,899 to RM2,199, it’s still a solid tablet nonetheless. At the end of our Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE review, we award this tablet with our Silver Pokdeward.


Review by: hardwarezone.com.sg

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4: The last of the Android tablets

As such, we find it hard to recommend this tablet purely from the high cost and ecosystem readiness for true productivity. No doubt the launch promotions were interesting, but unless you can still get similar offers or better, its probably time to reconsider your tablet buying plans. Planning to upgrade from Tab S3? Just buy the new S-Pen as there isnt a whole lot that has improved other than Dex and a new form factor. Need a recommendation for buying a new tablet? Get an iPad Pro. Want a to-go mobile productivity suite? How about a Surface Go? Die-hard Android fan? Maybe, but it’s time for even an Android fan to question whether he or she should loyally stick to Android even for tablets, or evolve to Chrome OS. Perhaps youre a digital artist? Get a Tab S3 + Tab S4’s S-Pen, it’s lighter on hand and has a more suitable aspect ratio for drawing.


Review by: hothardware.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Review: An Android Tablet For Mobile Professionals

The Galaxy Tab S4 is one of the most expensive Android tablets on the market, and thats if you just get the tablet alone. If you really want to take advantages of all its expansion features, youll need the optional keyboard and a Bluetooth mouse. However, if youre willing to shell out the extra cash for these accessories, youll have a product that can work in some usage models that very few tablets can. And when you compare the Galaxy Tab S4 to the recently announced Apple iPad Pro that starts at $799 and doesnt even have expandable storage, perhaps theres some justification for Samsungs price premium here after all, in the current landscape. Regardless, of whether you feel its justified, theres no question Samsungs Galaxy Tab S4 is one of the best convertible Android tablets money can buy right now.


Review by: gadgetbytenepal.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 Review: Good Enough in 2022?

All in all, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 is a good iterative update over the Tab A7. While the latter was the best overall tablet in its price range last year, history hasn’t repeated itself this time around. Although Samsung still has an upper hand when it comes to software, brand recognition, and global availability, other Android tablet makers have started to catch up. So, it needs to bring some meaningful upgrades with the Tab A9 if it wants to stay relevant in the midrange tablet segment. That being said, there are not that many options if you look for midrange tablets in Nepal. If you have the extra cash, you can always go with the Xiaomi Pad 5, which is the undisputed winner in this product category. But if you are on a tight budget and want LTE connectivity, Galaxy Tab A8 is the way to go for now.


Review by: xda-developers.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE Review: Doesn’t justify the “Fan Edition” label

I don’t see which “uncompromising flagship innovations” the Galaxy Tab S7 FE makes more accessible for buyers. It’s just a mid-range tablet with a large screen and a large battery, and it fails to justify the Fan Edition moniker. In my opinion, Samsung should’ve offered the Galaxy Tab S7 FE with an older flagship chip. That would’ve addressed the performance issues while keeping the cost low. Speaking of which, the Galaxy Tab S7 FE’s price tag also makes it hard to recommend. You can get a regular iPad or the iPad Air for a similar price. Both of those options undoubtedly offer better performance and they’re significantly better tablets overall. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 is also a much better purchase, and it’s often available at attractive discounts that bring its price down to the same level.


Review by: gsmarena.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE review

The Galaxy Tab S7 FE isnt as deserving of the Fan Edition insignia as other Samsung devices, but it doesnt make it less of a tablet. We appreciated its premium metal design, large and high-res screen with excellent contrast, the good speakers and the long battery life it provides. The Tab S7 FE successfully offers the tablet and DeX experience the more expensive models are known for. And it has most of the cool S-Pen tricks, too. The base RAM and storage are laughable, too, for a slate thats supposed to be all about multi-tasking. There is only one real problem with the Galaxy Tab S7 FE, and its the pricing. It costs as much as the flagship Tab S7 yet has much less to offer. And thats why we cannot recommend this Fan Edition. Not until Samsung decides on introducing some price cuts.


Review by: youtube.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ First Look Review

Lisa Gade gives a detailed first look review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+, a 12.4” OLED premium tablet running Android 10 with OneUI on the Snapdragon 865 Plus processor with optional 5G. There’s also an 11” model with an IPS class display. Since the tablet won’t be released until this fall, we’re working with pre-release software, so we cover everything except benchmarks. We also check out the optional Book Cover Keyboard, which turns it into a laptop replacement and is a must-have if you’re into Samsung DeX. The Tab S7 family competes with the iPad Pro and has 120Hz displays, included S Pen (Wacom EMR, pen interchangeable with Galaxy Note phones), dual rear cameras and a front 8MP camera, microSD card slot, quad stereo speakers and a fingerprint scanner plus facial recognition.


Review by: gstylemag.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Review

After spending the past few weeks with Samsung’s latest tablet I have grown to using it more. Based on its portability, decent battery life and quick charging. Display is still some of the best out there but would love to see HDR supported by apps to really push its full potential. Optional keyboard is nice for doing work but can be crammed for some and also doesn’t magnetically close. Included S-Pen is a nice touch and awesome to use but wish it had a built-in slot or magnet for the Tab S3 . The Galaxy Tab S3 is realistically a great media consumption powerhouse and is great for viewing content. One plus over say the iPad Pro or even Pixel C is that the Tab S3 has expandable storage pushing it to 256GB. That’s a lot of movies. That $600 price tag is a bit hard to swallow though.


Review by: pocket-lint.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 3 review: Rough and tumble

The more we lived with the Galaxy Active Tab 3, the more we wondered why its on both Samsungs business and consumer website sections. Its clearly more aligned with the former, as at this price point its so far removed from a consumer-grade tough tablet for the kids that it wont make sense for, well, almost anyone. We thought that might have been a good angle for such a products, but if thats your thinking then save several hundred and pick up an Amazon tablet instead. The fact is many consumer lifestyle products now offer some degree of rugged protection, more up-to-date designs, and as such the Active Tab 3 is therefore best left to who its really for: the workforce. Its not bad by any means, its just kind-of retro and somewhat lost for purpose in a consumer context.


Review by: firstpost.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5E Review: An Android Tablet That Makes Sense

Samsung’s chosen it hardware wisely, you get 10.5-inch WQXGA Super AMOLED display, clear sound with the AKG speakers, 64 GB of storage (expandable to 512 GB) and the flexibility of DeX, which makes it almost as useful as a desktop when needed (Book Cover Keyboard is a must + a Bluetooth mouse is a good addition). It may fall a bit short on the processing power with a 670 SoC and 4 GB RAM, but it chugs along fine for most day to day tasks and casual games. In short, theres really nothing like it in the market at this price point. This makes it a great tablet option to go in for if you have a spare Rs 39,999 to splurge on a device with a bigger display, which will mainly be used for watching Netflix and if you buy the keyboard, some office work and internet browsing as well.


Review by: tomsguide.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite review

Samsung has been pitching the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite as a small, useful Android tablet thats easy on your wallet, and in my experience thats exactly what you get when you buy one. While reading this review, you probably noticed the phrase good enough quite a few times, and thats for good reason: if youre looking for a compact Android tablet to browse the Internet, watch videos, or play games on, the Tab A7 Lite is good enough to satisfy your needs. Just dont expect to be blown away by its performance, display quality or battery life. Competing tablets like Microsofts Surface Go 2 or the 2020 iPad will outperform the A7 Lite on all of these fronts, and while youll have to pay a few hundred bucks more for them you can often still get either for under $500.


Review by: tomsguide.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra hands-on: This tablet is a beast

The Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra does something that most Android tablets fail to do: grab your attention. This thing sucks you in with its mammoth 14.6-inch display, and the optional keyboard turns the Tab S8 Ultra into one of the thinnest and lightest laptops around. Samsung deserves credit for catering to professionals who crave better video and audio quality during video calls, and were hopeful that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip will be able to keep up with Samsungs multitasking software chops. Still, $1,099 is a lot of money for an Android tablet, and Google and Samsung have never been able to close the app quality gap with iPadOS. We look forward to fully testing the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra to see just how versatile and practical this supersized slate is.


Review by: gadgetbytenepal.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE Review: Great Value

To wrap up this review, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is a great value-for-money tablet—especially in Nepal. Its closest competitor, the iPad 10.2 (2020) is costlier considering how this LTE-ready variant of Tab S7 FE also comes with a free stylus. So, if you’re in the market for a sub-premium Android tablet in Nepal, this is the one to get. Having said that, the Galaxy Tab S7 FE is far from perfect. One major thing that’s disappointed me here, is the lack of a flagship-grade chipset. Despite its potential to replace a laptop for many, the relatively underpowerful silicon keeps it from achieving its true potential. Still and all, Snapdragon 750G is a more-than-capable mid-range chip that will get you through your everyday lightweight workloads.


Review by: androidcentral.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE review: No escape from the S7s shadow

Despite my initial misgivings, the Galaxy Tab S7 FE turned out to be a tablet that performs better than its specs would suggest. Compared to the S7, it does fall short in some ways. Assuming you shell out an extra $70 to get the 6GB/128GB configuration, the Fan Edition will only save you about $50 against the S7 in exchange for significant compromises. But you cant discount that this gets you a 12.4-inch display, making it much more suited for DeX mode multitasking than the 11-inch S7. This Fan Edition tablet is only for a particular type of Samsung fan. But for that subset of users, Id argue that the Galaxy Tab S7 FE wont let you down. Ill repeat one last thing for emphasis: ditch the 5G and take the RAM instead. Youll thank me later.


Review by: extremetech.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 review roundup: ‘Wow, that’s a lot of money’

The high price of the S3 also puts it head-to-head with some excellent Windows offerings that have the advantage of running full desktop productivity software. However, if you aren’t budget-conscious and are set on Android, the stunning screen and integrated stylus functionality may be worth the extra money. Personally, I’m really torn. I rely heavily on my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition), and would love to update it to something that ran a modern OS and had better performance. But it works okay, stores its S Pen internally, and is long since paid for. So shelling out $600+ to get a new version that isn’t perfect still seems like a stretch. For those ready to spring for the Tab S3, it’s expected to be available starting March 24th.


Review by: zdnet.com

​Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review: A versatile productivity booster that falls just short

The Galaxy Tab S4 tries hard to be a must-have device for the modern day enterprise user, and while it succeeds in many areas, it fails in others. I am sold on the advantages that tablets can bring over smartphones and notebooks when it comes to portability and productivity. There is a role to play for a 10.5-inch screen on a tablet that cant be achieved by that on a six-inch smartphone or 13-inch notebook. I love the Tab S4s adaptability and versatility offered by its wide screen and accessories such as the keyboard and stylus that can be used in combination. But the goal post here is Apples iPad Pro, and Samsung simply succeeds in offering an equivalent Android product that will be welcomed by Android users.


Review by: t3.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 review: the closest thing yet to an Android iPad

Is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 the slate to unseat Apple? Not quite, but in many ways it feels like an Android iPad. It’s a joy to use thanks to a thin and light design, a big and bright screen and plenty of power, which are the most important things really. Well, those and battery life, which isn’t quite as good as it could be, but there’s still enough juice here to see you through an average day of use with ease. All that and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 won’t cost you any more than an iPad mini 4. It’s not as beautiful to behold as Apple’s tablets and with a not fully premium design it doesn’t feel quite as high-end, but if you’re after an Android slate with a great screen then this is right up there.


Review by: androidauthority.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 review

The Galaxy Tab S3 marks a crossroad for Samsung, since the tablet landscape has shifted significantly over the last few years. When you also look at what it has to compete against nowadays, it can potentially be overlooked – due to the kind of value it brings to the table with its cost. Apple’s iPad Pro is still widely regarded as the king in the tablet market, but Samsung manages to undercut its rival with the Tab S3’s starting price of $600 with 32 GB of internal storage, which of course can be supplemented with a microSD card. And that price includes the S Pen! Whereas with the iPad Pro, it’s an additional $100 for the Apple Pencil. So when it comes to price, Samsung definitely has the advantage.


Review by: sammobile.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE review: Good, but not ‘fan edition’ good

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is a good tablet, just not good enough to be given the Fan Edition label. You’re getting a massive screen with impressive sound quality, the best tablet software package on Android, excellent battery life, and the S Pen experience. If any of that sounds interesting to you, go ahead and buy the Galaxy Tab S7 FE. If you’re looking for a flagship-grade tablet at a relatively affordable price tag, you’re not going to find it here. You might as well save up and get the Galaxy Tab S7 (if you can find it in stock) instead – it’s got a 11-inch display that’s also not AMOLED and has a smaller battery, but everything else is miles better than what you’re getting on the Tab S7 FE.


Review by: gadgets.ndtv.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE Review: Can It Replace Your Laptop?

The 6GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE, which I reviewed, costs Rs. 50,999, which is not too bad considering it has LTE and you get a stylus in the box. If you add the cost of the Book Cover Keyboard case, the total cost is more or less equivalent to buying a 128GB iPad (8th Gen), Apple Pencil, and Smart Keyboard. Of the two combos. If you are looking for a laptop replacement solution for basic productivity work, I think the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE with the optional keyboard case should fulfill most of your needs. Its not perfect and youll probably need to adapt your workflow around Androids limitations, but its still one of the most feature-rich solutions you can get at this price.


Review by: stuff.tv

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra hands-on review: biggest and boldest

While most people will buy the Tab S8 or S8 Plus, it’s the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra that’s pushing the envelope in the same ways the original Samsung Galaxy Note did way back in 2011. Back then, its 5.3-inch screen was shameful – a true mark of a geek who opted for specs over sanity. Now, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a phone with a screen as small as 5.3 inches. So, yes – the Tab S8 Ultra is expensive, it’s unwieldy when held in one hand, and to be honest, we’re not exactly sure how we’d use it just yet. But we’re excited for what it stands for, and the fact Samsung’s loaded it up with great design, a stunning screen and stacks of power only adds to what’s already a unique proposition.


Review by: goodgearguide.com.au

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 (2019) review

The Galaxy Tab S6 gets almost everything right about the hardware side of the Android tablet experience. In action, the screen is gorgeous, the design is tight, the S-Pen is charming and the battery life is nothing short of decadent. I just wish Samsung would be willing to put a little more muscle behind the areas where the gulf between the experience that the Tab S6 and iPad give you diverge most noticeably. DeX continues to become better and better and a version of this product that pushes that further is still something I’d like to see. The Galaxy Tab S6 is Samsung’s best tablet but it rarely tries to come across as anything but yet another tablet. I’d like to see that change.


Review by: business-standard.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE review: Doubles up as a laptop, and impresses

Priced Rs 46,999 onwards, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is an expensive tablet that justifies its worth when paired with keyboard cover for use as a laptop through the Samsung DeX computing platform. Though it cannot replace a full-fledged Microsoft Windows based laptop, the Galaxy Tab S7 FE can be seen as an alternative to Google Chromebooks. That said, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE justifies its tablet moniker but only in bits and pieces, and that is primarily because of the broken Google Android operating system for tablets. Yet, it makes one of the best Android tablets currently available in India, mainly for lack of options in the segment besides Samsungs own products.


Review by: pokde.net

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite Review – Value-Focused Practicality

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is certainly capable of serving anyone well, but ultimately boils down to your needs in a tablet. It’s affordable, surprisingly solid build quality for the price, the stereo speakers work great, capable of a lengthy standby time, has dual band Wi-Fi support, 4G LTE support, and it’s very convenient to bring around. However, it lacks S Pen support, could use more firepower in terms of performance, cameras aren’t really suitable for taking photos, and the display could use some improvements. At RM699, some of its drawbacks are forgivable given what you’re getting. If you don’t need to do anything intensive, this will definitely serve you well.


Review by: technave.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE first impressions - A thin and light 12.4-inch tablet for the midrange?

As the tablets start to roll into Malaysia we have one new one coming in from Samsung, which is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE (FE stands for Fan Edition). We’ve managed to get some time up close and personal with it, so here are our first impressions of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE tablet. Priced at RM1899, it’s safe to say that it is a lot more affordable than the much higher-end Galaxy Tab S7 Plus that it gets its name from, but they do share some similarities with the same 12.4-inch sized display. Both are also quite thin with the Galaxy Tab S7 FE coming in at just 6.3mm thin. It is a bit heavier at 608g but that’s still pretty light for a tablet of this size.


Review by: hothardware.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ Review: Dex Empowers Productivity

Overall, the Galaxy Tab S7 family represents an interesting mix of portability and compatibility. Being able to run any Android app means theres a lot of native apps to choose from. Full Google Play services and integration means there shouldnt be any surprises for a worker on the go. For road warriors who dont really need Windows, but still need good performance, great battery life and a lightweight system, the Galaxy Tab S7 and S7+ are arguably the best Android tablets yet. These new Galaxy Tabs offer excellent portability and great utility with Samsung Dex software features. For that reason, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is HotHardware Recommended.


Review by: laptopmedia.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE review – underwhelming performance

So, the multi-window experience here is good, although it might overwhelm the base 4GB of RAM. Naturally, the better choice would be to get at least the 6GB model. However, the higher the specs, the higher the price. And in our view, this laptop might not be worth that much. Especially given the fact that you can get the older Galaxy Tab S6 for a similar price. And for a little extra, there is the iPad Air. Of course, Samsung has the DeX function that turns your tablet into a desktop, and they give you the S Pen for free. However, the company is not short on shenanigans, as it supplies only a 15W charger instead of the 45W supported by the device.


Review by: reliancedigital.in

Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e (Wi-Fi) Review

The Galaxy Tab S5e is a gem in the market if you don’t want to spend a lot on a tablet. It is also a great alternative to a laptop, if paired with a keyboard and the Samsung DeX offers a PC-like environment. Overall, it’s the ideal Android tablet designed for watching movies, browsing and basic gaming. Priced at Rs. 24,999*, the S5e has a decent AMOLED display, excellent build quality and good speakers. It is perfectly tuned to redefine the entertainment space. The Tab S5e’s slim factor and long-lasting battery makes it the perfect travel companion. As long as you don’t use the Tab S5e for a lot of gaming, you’ll be content with its performance.


Review by: indiatoday.in

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review: The best Android tablet but pricey

The Galaxy Tab S4 is one of the best Android tablets in the market right now, but it comes at a cost. At Rs 57,000, the Tab S4 is quite expensive. In fact, it is more expensive than last years Tab S3 and even Apples last-gen iPad Pro, which can be found for under Rs 50,000 and offers a better performance. If youre looking for a tablet for basic tasks like making presentations, browsing on the go or drawing, then the Tab S4 is for you. If youre only looking for a tablet for media consumption, then the Tab S4 is for you as well, that is only if you have around Rs 60,000 to spare. If not, you may want to consider some cheaper options.


Review by: sea.pcmag.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE gets a lot right. It has an excellent build quality, comes with an S Pen in the box, and gets years of OS upgrades. It just isnt as powerful as its pricier competitors. If you just use your tablet to stream video or do general tasks, the Tab S7 FE is more than up to the task. If youre hoping to use it a laptop replacement, however, youll probably want to spend more on a different model. Although the Galaxy Tab S7+ is pricier, it packs enough power to help you finish even the most demanding tasks. And if you arent committed to Samsung and/or Android, the iPad Pro line remains a strong alternative.


Review by: expertreviews.co.uk

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite review: Save up to £110 with Prime Day deal and cashback combo

In truth, there isn’t much that’s new and exciting about the Galaxy Tab S6. There are several things about this tablet I like very much: the screen is great, the bundled S Pen is a neat extra and, despite the price, it feels like a proper piece of premium hardware. But it doesn’t exactly sit in the upper echelons of tablet innovation. Clearly, there are far better tablets for your money. But as far as Android is concerned, no tablet is as fully formed as the Tab S6 at this end of the price scale. The 10.2in iPad remains the best overall when it comes to sheer value for money but the Tab S6 Lite easily comes a close second.


Review by: hitechcentury.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite Review – Great Budget Student Tablet!

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite fulfills what it sets out to do as a budget tablet, offering a modicum of performance and utility in a one-handed form factor that gets the job done. When paired with a wireless keyboard and with its full Google Play access, the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite makes for a fantastic student tablet. A reasonably priced tablet that is a competent performer for its price range with a large screen, decent stereo speakers and sufficient performance that gets the job done for casual use. When paired with a wireless keyboard and full Google Play access, the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite makes for a fantastic student tablet.


Review by: leophire.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Full Specification, Features, Price And Review

More important to potential buyers is the front-facing camera for video chats. Here, Samsung has gone with an adequate 5MP camera with a f/2.2 aperture. As expected, its low-light performance leave something to be desired – just don’t log in to video conference meetings from dim restaurants.

What we do like is that the Tab S3 borrows the improved camera interface of the recalled Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Flipping between the two cameras is done with a swipe up or down directly on the screen (much better than trying to find the tiny camera switch button). Menus are one swipe to the left, and effects are one swipe to the right.


Review by: gadgets.ndtv.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Review

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 could be a good companion for your multimedia and artistic needs. It has a great display, stellar audio powered by AKG, good battery life, and a sleek design. It is significantly less expensive than the iPad Pro (2018), and comes with a bundled S-Pen. However, the DeX mode isnt quite up to notebook-level functionality, and the outdated specifications remain a hindrance to intensive usage. The Galaxy Tab S4, once again, is neither a smartphone killer nor a laptop replacement, but fits quite neatly between the two categories as a device meant purely for fulfilling your entertainment needs.


Review by: technave.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 review - A nearly seamless productivity laptop in an ultra-thin tablet that has everything

That being said, it isn’t the best mobile device to use for taking photos, especially those in the dark, but for well-lit conditions the Galaxy Tab S6 does very well. As long as you have a USB-C to HDMI cable and a handy projector or HDTV, you could easily convert the Galaxy Tab S6 into an excellent presentation device, especially since the speakers are so loud and clear while the new S Pen is practically a magic wand remote control. If you’re getting it for work, make sure to get the keyboard cover too, but we’d also recommend getting a bluetooth mouse at the same time, as the built-in trackpad is a bit limited.


Review by: sammobile.com

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite review: Bringing the S Pen to the masses

The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite hits the sweet spot as a tablet that gets all the basics right while offering something not many other tablets in the sub-$400 segment can boast: Access to Samsung’s S Pen experience. It’s great for drawing and taking notes, and the big screen and excellent stereo sound also make it a good media consumption device, despite the fact that you have to make do with an LCD display. Gaming performance is more than adequate as well, and it’s only the serious workaholics who won’t be happy with the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, owing to the lack of support for Samsung DeX and an official keyboard accessory.


Review by: expertreviews.co.uk

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus review: Get it cheaper this Black Friday

In the end, whichever variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 you go for, you’re going to get an absolute belter of a tablet. The keyboard cover is nice (if you buy one), the tablet itself is lovely, DeX mode works well and the stylus is included in the box at no extra cost. Pair all that with the fastest Qualcomm processor to date, a slick 120Hz screen and the potential for 5G connectivity, and the Tab S7 Plus is a great tablet for everything from working on Word documents to watching Netflix. And the price, which is considerably less than the equivalent Apple iPad Pro, makes for an exceedingly tempting purchase.


Ưu Điểm Của Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE

  • Siêu Mỏng: 7.3 mm, Điện thoại mỏng hơn sẽ dễ mang theo hơn và trông thời trang hơn.
  • Màn Hình Độ Phân Giải Cao: 2560 x 1600 pixels, Hình ảnh, video và văn bản sẽ sắc nét và rõ ràng hơn.
  • Màn Hình Sắc Nét: ~299 PPI, Hình ảnh, video sẽ đẹp tuyệt vời trên màn hình sắc nét và rõ ràng này. Văn bản sẽ dễ đọc hơn.
  • Máy Ảnh Độ Phân Giải Cao: 8 MP, with AutoFocus, Camera có độ phân giải cao giúp chụp ảnh sắc nét và rõ ràng.
  • Có Đèn Flash Cho Máy Ảnh: LED, Có đèn flash máy ảnh cho phép bạn chụp ảnh trong điều kiện ánh sáng yếu.
  • Hỗ Trợ Quay Video Full Hd: 1080p @ 30 fps FHD, Bạn có thể quay video những khoảnh khắc, cảnh đẹp và xem chúng sau.
  • Có Camera Trước: 2 MP, Camera trước cho phép bạn chụp ảnh của riêng mình và thực hiện cuộc gọi video (on supported devices).
  • Hỗ Trợ Thẻ Nhớ: upto 64 GB, Thẻ nhớ cung cấp cho thiết bị của bạn nhiều dung lượng lưu trữ hơn. Vì vậy, bạn có thể lưu trữ nhiều bài hát, hình ảnh và video hơn.
  • Rất Nhiều Dung Lượng Lưu Trữ: 32 GB, Nhiều dung lượng hơn cho phép bạn lưu trữ nhiều bài hát, video, ảnh và cài đặt nhiều ứng dụng hơn.
  • Cpu Lõi Tứ: Nhiều lõi hơn dẫn đến khả năng song song tốt hơn, có nghĩa là nhiều tác vụ có thể được xử lý song song mà không làm chậm Giao diện người dùng.
  • Cpu Nhanh Hơn: 2.3 GHz, CPU nhanh hơn có nghĩa là trải nghiệm mượt mà hơn.
  • Nhiều Ram: 2 GB, Nhiều RAM có nghĩa là nhiều ứng dụng hơn có thể chạy cùng lúc, điều này làm cho máy tính bảng nhanh hơn.
  • Hỗ Trợ 4G: Thiết bị cầm tay được kích hoạt 4G cung cấp cho bạn tốc độ tải xuống cao hơn và trải nghiệm internet nhanh hơn 3G.
  • Tốc Độ Tải Xuống Nhanh Hơn: 42.2 Mbps, Tốc độ tải xuống nhanh hơn có nghĩa là truyền phát video theo thời gian thực.
  • Hỗ Trợ Wifi: Bạn có thể kết nối với các điểm phát wifi trong khu vực của mình để trải nghiệm internet vượt trội.
  • Hỗ Trợ Điểm Phát Sóng Wifi: Wifi Tethering, Cho phép bạn sử dụng kết nối internet trên máy tính xách tay có hỗ trợ Wi-Fi.
  • Hỗ Trợ Bluetooth V4.0: Bluetooth cho phép bạn nghe nhạc và cuộc gọi không dây bằng tai nghe bluetooth.
  • Hỗ Trợ Gps: GPS được sử dụng để xác định vị trí của bạn. Bạn có thể nhận chỉ đường đến một địa điểm với sự trợ giúp của GPS.
  • Hỗ Trợ Hdmi: Truyền trực tuyến ảnh và video tới TV LCD (HDMI Supported) của bạn bằng cáp HDMI.
  • Có Thể Xuất Ra Tv: via HDMI, Cho phép người dùng kết nối máy tính bảng, với TV hoặc bất kỳ đầu vào video tổng hợp nào khác để hiển thị ảnh và video trên màn hình lớn.
  • Có Giắc Cắm Tai Nghe 3,5 Mm: Có Jack 3.5mm cho phép bạn kết nối với nhiều thiết bị khác (such as speakers, headphones) có Cổng 3.5mm.
  • Có Gia Tốc Kế: Phát hiện chuyển động cũng như hướng của thiết bị (horizontally or vertically).
  • Có Con Quay Hồi Chuyển: Xác định hướng và xoay và cung cấp khả năng theo dõi chuyển động 3D chính xác hơn so với gia tốc kế.
  • Có La Bàn: Xác định hướng đối diện so với Bắc, Đông, Tây và Nam.
  • Hỗ Trợ Trình Phát Video: Xem các bài hát video và phim yêu thích của bạn trong trình phát video. Nó hỗ trợ các loại tệp MP4, DivX, XviD, WMV, H.264, H.263.
  • Hỗ Trợ Máy Nghe Nhạc: Nghe các bài hát yêu thích của bạn trong máy nghe nhạc. Nó hỗ trợ các loại tệp MP3, WAV, eAAC+, FLAC etc..
  • Thời Gian Đàm Thoại Pin Dài: 10 hours, Với thời gian đàm thoại pin dài, bạn có thể nói chuyện trên máy tính bảng liên tục mà không cần sạc.

Nhược Điểm Của Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE

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    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE | Câu Hỏi Và Trả Lời

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có màn hình độ phân giải cao không?

    YES | 2560 x 1600 pixels, Hình ảnh, video và văn bản sẽ sắc nét và rõ ràng hơn.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có màn hìnhSharp không?

    YES | ~299 PPI, Hình ảnh, video sẽ đẹp tuyệt vời trên màn hình sắc nét và rõ ràng này. Văn bản sẽ dễ đọc hơn.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có Camera độ phân giải cao không?

    YES | 8 MP, with AutoFocus, Camera có độ phân giải cao giúp chụp ảnh sắc nét và rõ ràng.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có đèn Flash cho máy ảnh không?

    YES | LED, Có đèn flash máy ảnh cho phép bạn chụp ảnh trong điều kiện ánh sáng yếu.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có hỗ trợ quay video Full HD không?

    YES | 1080p @ 30 fps FHD, Bạn có thể quay video những khoảnh khắc, cảnh đẹp và xem chúng sau.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có Camera trước không?

    YES | 2 MP, Camera trước cho phép bạn chụp ảnh của riêng mình và thực hiện cuộc gọi video (on supported devices).

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có hỗ trợ thẻ nhớ không?

    YES | upto 64 GB, Thẻ nhớ cung cấp cho thiết bị của bạn nhiều dung lượng lưu trữ hơn. Vì vậy, bạn có thể lưu trữ nhiều bài hát, hình ảnh và video hơn.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có rất nhiều dung lượng lưu trữ?

    YES | 32 GB, Nhiều dung lượng hơn cho phép bạn lưu trữ nhiều bài hát, video, ảnh và cài đặt nhiều ứng dụng hơn.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có CPU Quad Core không?

    YES | Nhiều lõi hơn dẫn đến khả năng song song tốt hơn, có nghĩa là nhiều tác vụ có thể được xử lý song song mà không làm chậm Giao diện người dùng.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có hỗ trợ 4G không?

    YES | Thiết bị cầm tay được kích hoạt 4G cung cấp cho bạn tốc độ tải xuống cao hơn và trải nghiệm internet nhanh hơn 3G.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có hỗ trợ WiFi không?

    YES | Bạn có thể kết nối với các điểm phát wifi trong khu vực của mình để trải nghiệm internet vượt trội.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có hỗ trợ điểm phát sóng WiFi không?

    YES | Wifi Tethering, Cho phép bạn sử dụng kết nối internet trên máy tính xách tay có hỗ trợ Wi-Fi.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có hỗ trợ Bluetooth v4.0 không?

    YES | Bluetooth cho phép bạn nghe nhạc và cuộc gọi không dây bằng tai nghe bluetooth.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có hỗ trợ GPS không?

    YES | GPS được sử dụng để xác định vị trí của bạn. Bạn có thể nhận chỉ đường đến một địa điểm với sự trợ giúp của GPS.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có hỗ trợ HDMI không?

    YES | Truyền trực tuyến ảnh và video tới TV LCD (HDMI Supported) của bạn bằng cáp HDMI.

    Liệu Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có thể xuất ra TV không?

    YES | via HDMI, Cho phép người dùng kết nối máy tính bảng, với TV hoặc bất kỳ đầu vào video tổng hợp nào khác để hiển thị ảnh và video trên màn hình lớn.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có giắc cắm tai nghe 3,5 mm không?

    YES | Có Jack 3.5mm cho phép bạn kết nối với nhiều thiết bị khác (such as speakers, headphones) có Cổng 3.5mm.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có Accelerometer không?

    YES | Phát hiện chuyển động cũng như hướng của thiết bị (horizontally or vertically).

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có con quay hồi chuyển không?

    YES | Xác định hướng và xoay và cung cấp khả năng theo dõi chuyển động 3D chính xác hơn so với gia tốc kế.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có La bàn không?

    YES | Xác định hướng đối diện so với Bắc, Đông, Tây và Nam.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có hỗ trợ trình phát video không?

    YES | Xem các bài hát video và phim yêu thích của bạn trong trình phát video. Nó hỗ trợ các loại tệp MP4, DivX, XviD, WMV, H.264, H.263.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 LTE có hỗ trợ máy nghe nhạc không?

    YES | Nghe các bài hát yêu thích của bạn trong máy nghe nhạc. Nó hỗ trợ các loại tệp MP3, WAV, eAAC+, FLAC etc..