Lead2XL, 17 Mar 2017I paid serious money for the first Tab S, then again for S2. Even with light to moderate use, ... moreno one cares what you think.. all batteries are like that. if you use them heavy will degrade after six months
I paid serious money for the first Tab S, then again for S2. Even with light to moderate use, I noticed that the battery started to need charging more frequently after only 8 months, so I sold them. Never again.
If Samsung increases $100 more to provide the new Galaxy Note 10 with real flagship hardware, it would be much better. I wish to see new Galaxy Note 10 selling at $700.
But is it with or without taxes? If without - what is the ultimate price?
AnonD-250705, 16 Mar 20176-8 gigs of ram running Windows with preinstalled bluestacks and this would have been a win Bluestacks is ultraslow. Intel processors are power hungry so say goodbye to battery life, Windows is good from 12 inches and app, in those small screens it is awkward to use, especially with touch.
So, no. The only complaint I have for this device is that it is actually mid range (last year's flagship), so it should have had a mid range price (~$400).
This aspect ratio is not good for android either. They should have gone with Pixel C' s 3:2 and 2560x1700 resolution.
Apart from those it's a relatively good tablet. Finally, after 2 years of slumber Samsung is back in the tablet business (I don't account 2in1s as real tablets, they are mostly shoddy laptops).
so for a $100 less i could get a ipad air 2 with 128GB of storage, similar specs and considerable better app selection.
Why would i go for the tab 3?
Looks like Samsung is trying to get rid of SD 820 inventory.
Need something that is more recent in terms of spec
6-8 gigs of ram running Windows with preinstalled bluestacks and this would have been a win