AnonD-19153, 07 Mar 2016I use Galaxy S4 at the moment (2 years old phone)
And i confirm that your words are false :)... moreI have an S5 and an Ativ Smart (w/ S Pen) tablet/PC hybrid convertible updated from Win8 to Win10 as work and travel companions. They have served me well since 2013...Planning to upgrade to Note 6 and TabPro S this year.
TabPro S just continues the tablet/PC with Spen story of Samsung of superior and practical gadgets for work and play.
Samsung products continue to give value overtime even with their cheapest and most basic phones and laptops. It deserves the loyalty of their customers because of their serious R and D from chips to screen manufacture to respond to customers' needs better.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2016A downgrade from Surface Pro but also Samsungs's own tablets that happen to use real tablet O... moreI agree. I still use my Note Pro 12.2 every day. With and Office 365 subscription, there isn't much that I need on the fly from the laptop that I can't get from the Note Pro.
mir, 06 Mar 2016Galaxy S4 amoled units still suffer from burn ins and that was a flagship from 2013. Better ge... moreI use Galaxy S4 at the moment (2 years old phone)
And i confirm that your words are false :) for AMOLED is beautiful and the only time i faced this Burning was in Galaxy S3 but again it wasn't that annoying
Amoled burn in or not, you cannot think you will sell a computer with 4GB of RAM and 256 GB of SSD in 2016 like one user already said. Samsung has a great screen but 256 GB is less than 200GB when you subtract OS and recovery partition. For SSD it is also wise to have at least 25% free space at all time and that means you only have 150GB. That is clearly not enough for installation and data, not to mention 4GB of RAM. If Samsung doesn't match Huawei specs of RAM and SSD it will be a failure.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2016What has burned-in is your brain. I don't want to buy a tablet which will break in 2 months. A... moreGalaxy S4 amoled units still suffer from burn ins and that was a flagship from 2013. Better get your info updated.
divis200, 06 Mar 2016We got a chineese fanboy here... stop with ur f*cking bullshit amoled burning talks. It's real... moreI meant that the factories are there. That they're original manufacturers, unlike say, many American or Korean companies.
Second you do well that you won't respond, troll comments like yours are not needed, get lost troll.
3rd I have been reporting to you my experience, which obviously you have none. So like a good troll you should let adults talk.
4th the charging issue is widespread enough to cause issues to multiple other people. Search the net better next time if you have not heard it. I'm treating my chargers perfectly.
Anonymous, 06 Mar 2016You must be the one stuck to a cave. Amoled used to burn in even when if there was plenty of m... moreWe got a chineese fanboy here... stop with ur f*cking bullshit amoled burning talks. It's really annoying, because you are trying to prove what is obviously wrong. And what do you know about quality? You are comparing a f*cking charger to a f*cking tablet... That makes sense. I've never heard a story about charger stop quick charging. If you don't take care of your f*cking charger of course it's going to get damaged and won't work properly. Are you saying that chineese chargers are better? Well guess what, most of the cheap ones wouldn't even have 0.5 amps, which is only a quarter of what quick charging needs. Oh btw that last sentence. What do you mean by "they own the means of production....". It totally makes no sense. I'm not going to reply to you because it's impossible to argue with a troll like you.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2016What has burned-in is your brain. I don't want to buy a tablet which will break in 2 months. A... moreYou must be the one stuck to a cave. Amoled used to burn in even when if there was plenty of moving pictures. That is what is solved that's why most TVs and phones don't have serious issues anymore. I addressed that part in my post, pay attention next time.
This is neither a TV nor a a phone though, so it *will* burn in. Plenty of stationary images, nothing to do about it 'm afraid.
Cube products don't break in 2 months, mine is 2 year old and going strong. My Note 5 charger on the other hand has quit quick charging in the first month that I owned it. Talking about quality.
Some of the best quality products are Chinese, simply because they own the means of production....
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2016Cube is not unknown to China at all. It's one of the big three budget tablet makers , along wi... moreWhat has burned-in is your brain. I don't want to buy a tablet which will break in 2 months. Also amoled doesn't even burn in anymore. You must have been stuck in a cave since 2010.
That display.. but that price :(
Huaweii will release the superior Matebook for much cheaper soon, but with a LCD. Still it will likely be better value.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2016Still lower resolution, less memory, not amoled display. This tablet is from unknown Chinese c... moreCube is not unknown to China at all. It's one of the big three budget tablet makers , along with Teclast and Chuwi. It's only unknown to the west ... The quality is often quite great.
The resolution is just one step slower, it will probably be hardly noticeable. It has kick stand (samsung doesn't ).
It's thicker and lacks keyboard, but Chinese peripherals are cheap. You get 90% of what Samsung gives you for almost half the price.
Also Amoled is a disadvantage in laptops, you don't keep a stationary image on phones for long (scrolling and whatnot) or TVs (moving pictures), but you do on PCs, it's a bad idea to put oled tech on work computers for that reason alone, burn-in is no joke...
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2016$538: http://www.gearbest.com/tablet-pcs/pp_312556.html Core-m3, 4gbStill lower resolution, less memory, not amoled display. This tablet is from unknown Chinese company with unknown quality. It also does not include the keyboard. Battery 5 hours. This tablet is quite thick too compared to tab pro s and still doesn't have even half the battery time. It is 1.51GHz dual core while tab pro s is 2.21GHz dual core. I thought you said under 500? Its over 600 with keyboard and even without it, the tablet is still well over 500. I get it, it's cheaper, but that doesn't mean its better for the price.
I am surprised that Samsung didn't change specs and introduced option for m7, 8 GB RAM and 512 GB SSD. People will rather buy Huawei Mate Book that TabPro S, because TabPro S specs are too low for 2016.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2016Way overpriced. You can get a Core m3 tablet from China for less than $500.Core m3? Nooo. Cherry trail z8300, 2gb ram. 32/64GB memory and 8" 1280x800 display with 4 hours at max battery. That's really better than galaxy tab pro s.
Way overpriced. You can get a Core m3 tablet from China for less than $500.