Thrawn, 06 Apr 2020such a PoS.... for this crummy price it should have at LEAST come with a snapdragon 845 or 730GThen go get your $750 iPad instead of complaining. It comes with a stylus unlike the iPad, and is very portable. It's really good, and you're complaining about the computer chip? I want to see you with a 400 dollar ipad complaining about the chip. Yeah, didnt think so.
spen, 02 Apr 2020Hey the-truth,
I have Tab A8 with spen available. It has LCD and "the S Pen supports 2048 l... more2048 levels is still not 4096 levels though.
I absolutely would not mind this, but artists might. They are kinda an*l about the minor things since it affects their artwork.
Thanks for sharing.
such a PoS.... for this crummy price it should have at LEAST come with a snapdragon 845 or 730G
Mr. Anonymous, 04 Apr 2020Would consider one with exynos 980 or snapdragon 730G at this price. Exynos 9611 only with a ... moreAgreed, 9611 or 9610 are underpowered for a tablet at this price point. I would have bought one with a faster SoC like a QC 730 or 765, but a 9611 which is borderline in an A51, crushed by urge to buy this probably laggy tablet.
Would consider one with exynos 980 or snapdragon 730G at this price.
Exynos 9611 only with a device below $200.
THE-TRUTH-REVEALER, 02 Apr 2020I am well-aware that the iPad's screen is an LCD screen. But I assumed that it was implied tha... moreHey the-truth,
I have Tab A8 with spen available. It has LCD and "the S Pen supports 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, has a single button that can be used for multiple functions, and does not need to be charged."
Kek, 02 Apr 2020Perhaps you think Ipad's screen are not LCD then.I am well-aware that the iPad's screen is an LCD screen. But I assumed that it was implied that the pen tech in the iPad is wildly different. The Apple Pencil is an active stylus, hence it needs a power source to power the tech that resides in the pen. My bad, I sometimes accidentally assume that the reader will know what I know too, but it really did not reflect well with my preceding query.
Samsung's S-Pen is a passive pen and all the tech is integrated into the display, which so far for Samsung, has been AMOLED-only in devices that use the S-Pen. Given the relatively low price of $350, I am almost certain that Samsung has not invested in bringing their popular tech to an LCD screen. Then, it is only fair to assume that corners have been cut and that the S-Pen here is not as sensitive or feature-rich.
I would be happy to be proven wrong by Sammy!