Luxor, 18 Jul 2018I think the letter just indication for where it is from. N is north america I believe. Not at all. I'm in North America and the only models are T810, T813, T817W and T818W. T817 and T818 are LTE models, respectively with E5433 and SD652
Tati, 18 Jul 2018SD845 or SD835? This is important.Definitely 835.
Anonymous, 18 Jul 2018FINALLY, Galaxy Tab S4 NO LONGER COPIES iPad 4:3 ratio with ANNOYING BLACK BARS which MANY ex-... moreI'm happy with the 4:3 aspect ratio (and I'm an ex-Tab S user). Not all of us buy tablets to watch widescreen video on them all day.
FINALLY, Galaxy Tab S4 NO LONGER COPIES iPad 4:3 ratio with ANNOYING BLACK BARS which MANY ex-Tab S users WANT in a typical tablet. I used to watch videos on Tab S and it was a GREAT viewing experience without any black bars. Ask any ex-Tab S users and they will agree. Sad that Tab S4 had to ditch the Fingerprint Sensor due to 16:10 ratio which was a staple of every generation of Tab S. Hope Tab S5 adds back ultrasonic in-display Fingerprint Sensor which will debut on Galaxy S10 next year.
ProJames, 18 Jul 2018They have all software update for all Samsung devices. Can't find any firmware at all for t813... moreI think the letter just indication for where it is from. N is north america I believe.
Luxor, 18 Jul 2018Not sure about the Nougat thing. But T81XN does exist. You can google it. Its for specific mar... moreThey have all software update for all Samsung devices. Can't find any firmware at all for t813n, but there is plenty of t813, t818w and t819 firmware
ProJames, 18 Jul 2018Nope all Tab S2 models got Nougat https://www.sammobile.com/firmwares/galaxy-tab-s2/SM-T810/... moreNot sure about the Nougat thing. But T81XN does exist. You can google it. Its for specific market. And yes they are snapdragon variant. Sammobile are not official Samsung site btw, just saying.
no thank you very much, will definitely not gonna touch any samseng / Samsung tablets or phone in the future.
been supporting Samsung for many years since the beginning of note 2 series - note 4 ; s5,
tab s1 8", tab s3
bloody disappointing with the deterioration of its quality.
note2 - RIP, favourite
note3 - RIP, also one of my favourite
note4 - performance is worse than note3 after 2 yrs, changed battery, same problem.
s5 - considerably okay, sold off.
tab s1 still running strong, despite need to change a new battery soon
tab s3 - too many problems. showing signs of aging (WTF?!)
speaker has weird noise after updated to latest security patch, playing games FPS will reduce drastically when you play for more than 30 mins. 4gb ram is simply not enough to cater normal RPG games. Believe me or not, using the gaming tool to launch game will create more lag than to start the game directly without the gaming tool (tested it myself, tried on mobile legend, freefire, so whats the point?)
now I am using Huawei m10p, if I ever to buy a tablet again, it will not be a Samsung, its either Huawei mediapad or I will opt for ipad.
Snap 845? Wasn't it supposed to be Snap 835. If its really getting the 845, then it's finally excellent news that we are getting a proper flagship tablet.
Luxor, 18 Jul 2018I suggest the T813N or T819N variant only because those two the only one can be upgraded to No... moreNope all Tab S2 models got Nougat
Otherwise the T81xN do not exist. Only SD652 models are SM-T813, SM-T818W and SM-T819
ProJames, 18 Jul 2018No, I meant the Galaxy Tab S2 (SM-T810, T813, T815, T817W, T818W) I do not question the table... moreI suggest the T813N or T819N variant only because those two the only one can be upgraded to Nougat. The other model stuck in Lollipop or Marshmallow. Plus, it using Snapdragon 652. Better GPU than Exynos variant.
The S2 was cheap because it did not have the top CPU .. Just the middle range one.
Also the Pen was cheaper one , unlike the S3 Pen , and lacked the better speaker and better camera,
Double the price yes but not the same category at all to compare against.
Kiyasuriin, 17 Jul 2018I don't really mind the price to be frank. And you mean A2, not S2.
I am buying it so I can ... moreNo, I meant the Galaxy Tab S2 (SM-T810, T813, T815, T817W, T818W)
I do not question the tablet's utility and potential, frankly I'm quite eager to see it hit the shelves, however a tablet is a much bigger device than a phone, which means it's more likely to be dropped. And being a glass device, you can bet that to fix it after it shattered, it will cost quite a lot of money
ProJames, 17 Jul 2018A glass tablet? The metal Tab S2 Refresh sounds better to me (and at half the price, yes it's ... moreI don't really mind the price to be frank. And you mean A2, not S2.
I am buying it so I can leave the cintiq at home for art and when I wanna play Osu! (My normal PCs don't have it for a specific reason. I don't want to bind a wacom board to them if I have a Cintiq, Carrying such a thing shouts prestige, and it's a stealable thing. However the Tab S4 is MUCH less than the cintiq. and it has an excellent aspect ratio for the game.
Kiyasuriin, 17 Jul 2018I want the S4. A glass tablet? The metal Tab S2 Refresh sounds better to me (and at half the price, yes it's not on sale but you can expect higher price than the Tab S3 which was indeed priced double the Tab S2 9.7)