AnonD-589765, 16 Nov 2016True, but some people (like myself) actually prefer the 4:3. Yes, videos and screen casting wo... moreWould've still bought either of those if not only for Samsung leaving behind their not so old models.
Not to mention the silly amount of bloats they cram in their devices, which can e remedied anyway by Package Disabler Pro.
Anonymous, 16 Nov 2016The S2 was a downgrade of S1 in certain areas, like having 4:3 aspect ratio instead of 16:9.True, but some people (like myself) actually prefer the 4:3. Yes, videos and screen casting wont be perfect due to the 4:3 ratio, but in terms of battery life, speed, usability and especially the weight, its already a great device for productivity. Probably the biggest letdown for the S2 is the smaller battery capacity.
I'm a samsung user with model t280 tablet my only comment is that I oftentimes encounter on my facebook videos that it can't be played and viewed.
Samsung needs to release this with similar specs to Galaxy S7 (E8890 and 4 gig ram) and I'll be all over it. If we're going for another round with 3 gigs of ram and perhaps a Snapdragon 653, then I need to look for an Apple tablet. I still haven't found anything to replace my laggy LG G Pad with Snapdragon 600.
viveksubhash, 16 Nov 2016why the hell is samsung not making a surface competitor with s-pen and its dedicated apps?? th... moreCouldn't agree more. Samsung should really make a 10.1 inch tablet with exynos 8890 plus the S pen of note 7.
AnonD-589765, 16 Nov 2016the Tab S2 is already a great device, quite curious for this one, but I doubt it'll have a sig... moreThe S2 was a downgrade of S1 in certain areas, like having 4:3 aspect ratio instead of 16:9.
It is not wise to release the tab s3 together with s8. If samsung wants to release the tablet, the time is now. Or at least on December, ready for Christmas sale.
It would be excited to see the Note 10 successor. Samsung has not tried to make high quality tablet in market yet.
the Tab S2 is already a great device, quite curious for this one, but I doubt it'll have a significant change.
why the hell is samsung not making a surface competitor with s-pen and its dedicated apps?? that will be legend..wait for it...