There is not much to make me want to update, being bezelless, high in resolution, battery&computing power, bigger 256GB+ internal memory. Seems only apple and microsoft are capable in that field.
Dara, 19 Feb 2018It would be even better if Samsung also has Exynos version. 10.5 is just perfect for both port... moreBut most people prefer Snapdragon over Exynos because of its known gaming processor. And with the latest Qualcomm APTX technology. If you have a bluetooth headphones that has APTX tech. It will provide a better sound quality than the generic ones.
It would be even better if Samsung also has Exynos version. 10.5 is just perfect for both portrait and landscape.
Definitely a positive news. Hopefully it will include more advanced specs and that we'll see it at MWC...
I have both the original Tab S 10.5 and since recently the Tab S3. In my opinion, 10.5" is the better size but overall 4:3 is the better form factor, and by far.
Portrait mode on such a large 16:10 tablet looks and feels... weird, and browsing and PDF reading doesn't feel good in any orientation. Great for landscape video though, but that's about it. If that were my main use for a tablet there would be zero reason to upgrade from the original Tab S since it's still capable of playing pretty much every video out there.
usju, 19 Feb 2018Or you can simply get the TabPro S or Galaxy Book 12They are windows devices and cost quite a lot. We want cheaper tablets for media consumption.
Fusion729, 19 Feb 2018Moving away from 4:3? Yes, finally! And finally a high end 16:10 tablet.Or you can simply get the TabPro S or Galaxy Book 12
Why Android tablet is less exciting to follow nowdays, I mean even iPads and Surfaces is more exciting than android tablet. Hope Google Fuchsia prove me wrong.
YES! 16:10 display ratio and I may get this for media consumption, which is 90% of a tablets use for me, much better than 4:3 Â“readingÂ” display ratio.
Moving away from 4:3? Yes, finally! And finally a high end 16:10 tablet.
Omg yes yes yes yes yes... Finally a 16:10 aspect ratio tablet to replace the first galaxy tab s.