dph.abu.shofwan, 30 Sep 2016Dear GSM Arena, Quote: "This is a rare sight on mid-range hardware and typically brings a ma... moreBecause the J7 (2016) also uses octa core chipset built on a 14 nm process. As GSMArena stated, it is rare that a midrange have a 14nm chipset. So that is why I believe they compare it with the tablet.
Dear GSM Arena,
"This is a rare sight on mid-range hardware and typically brings a major boost to battery life. For instance, the Galaxy J7 (2016) we recently reviewed, managed to score a whopping 101 hours in our endurance test."
This Tab3 Plus is supposedly using SD 625, right? How come you directly compare it with J7 (2016) in terms of battery life, when the J7 uses SD 617 or Exynos 7870 Octa (this according to your own database). Besides, the J7 version you reviewed was the Exynos type. So the Tab3 Plus and J7 (2016) are not directly comparable. You could have compared it with other SD625 units, instead.
Noel, 29 Sep 2016Why make improvements and then p I think in a small juice pack. That battery size is what I ex... moreThat would make tablets unnecessarily thick. Plus, if my tablet can get 16 hours of screen on time consistently with a 6,000 mAh battery, is it really needed?
Hmm. That seems like a good midrange tablet. Give me better battery life the my Galaxy Tab A 9.7 and we got a deal. Oh, wait, 4,300mAh? Forget it
Why make improvements and then p I think in a small juice pack. That battery size is what I expect to see on Phablets...tablets should have 6500+mAh.