For the people wondering some of us like the headphone jack, it is because Bluetooth looses quality when listening to music and you have buds which are of course easier to carry but worrisome thanks to batteries. And they don't sound as good as a decent set of headphones either. And I am not talking Wally headphones.
cant wait to see how it stands against iPad Pro... been waiting for it so i can decide between two to buy, but purely for drawing purpose
Wifi issues, 19 Jul 2019Hopefully this model does not have wifi signal issues like the s5e model does...It's not a big problem, you can always flip to the other side landscape mode when holding S5e, where the Wi=Fi at full signal again. Well if some continue to choose to be odd head, then nobody can help. Boy, S5e Wi-Fi speed is much faster than any iPad's
Anonymous, 18 Jul 2019Tab S5e is for media consumption. This one is for (light) work. Ubuntu + SD 855 and (hopefully... moreWhat about you ppl who just keep joining with whatever flow that these companies wanted? Are you for real as well?
Hopefully this model does not have wifi signal issues like the s5e model does...
Anonymous, 18 Jul 2019Tab S5e is for media consumption. This one is for (light) work. Ubuntu + SD 855 and (hopefully... moreWell if one day you have an interest in upping your audio quality experience and invest in some quality audio gear (They're usually not big name brands, but they're also not high end, expensive or exclusive to rich snobs anymore, which is awesome for us consumers), A good audio setup can really/noticeably show a difference in audio quality comparing wireless and wired.
vasra, 18 Jul 2019No 3.5mm jack on a gigantic media consumption and gaming capable tablet? Samsung really thi... moreIt looks like the USB-C port barely fits. Samsung's tablets has always been very thin, this is probably thinner than the 5.5mm Tab S5e.
vasra, 18 Jul 2019No 3.5mm jack on a gigantic media consumption and gaming capable tablet?
Samsung really thi... moreTab S5e is for media consumption. This one is for (light) work. Ubuntu + SD 855 and (hopefully) a lot of ram, makes it an ultra portable Linux laptop that doubles as a lightweight tablet.
Also who the Hecks uses 3.5mm still? Most I know have transitioned to wireless or USB c headphones and those that didn't use those $0.5 usb-c to 3.5mm adapter. Aee you so cheap that you do not want to shell out $0.5?
Are you people for real?
Flagship Android tablets often have better hardware, but are not able to utilise it because developers make much less money in android, so the market is stagnant, apples tablets are meh! However their pro line is catered towards productivity and at least has a numerous amount of high end apps to support them, now ios 13 is arriving, it takes away some of the stupid limitations imosed on the pro line