uabir , 12 Jul 2019Nope, just got this tab. Charging using a 45 watt USB-PD charger. Slow as helll. Is that speeding up the charging?
I'm currently using Tab A (2016), no fast charging is fine. Keep in mind that this is a mid-level entry tablet. This screen to price ratio is fantastic! To top it off additional 1GB RAM!
kaji.atul, 03 Jul 2019Any idea whether this tablet is supporting fast charging? Nowhere on Samsung website is mentioned.Nope, just got this tab. Charging using a 45 watt USB-PD charger. Slow as helll.
#ShameSung That's why people prefer xiaomi.
Only 2gb RAM
No Stereo Sound
No Fingerprint Sensor
No Fast charging
Tablets like these are waste. My MI pad from 2014 had 2gb ram and costed less than this. And still runs wonderfully, but it's slow charging is albeit pain. It's hard to find a tablet to upgrade to India. Honor and Samsung need to wake up and stop making useless tablets. What good are those big batteries if fast charging is not provided, 2gb ram is utterly useless. I understand they can't provide everything in cheaper models, but these are essential things!
kaji.atul, 03 Jul 2019Any idea whether this tablet is supporting fast charging? Nowhere on Samsung website is mentioned.Ya i too wanna u bcoz the original charger came in the box is too slow like it takes 5 hrs to charge
Any idea whether this tablet is supporting fast charging? Nowhere on Samsung website is mentioned.
A feed back from Samsung Official feed back this model are limitation model.
Cerrently this model will be list out from their focus model and will be discontinue in August
This model cant support too much things, even dont have a internal dual messenger.
Old technology new launch produt, better go for world ranking top 1 huawei tablets.
Stuck too much and alots of apps not supported by its not worth it at all between the tab A 2019 and the tab A6 2016 the tab A6 2016 win in all
I have just bought it. In the past I was buying only premium devices, but surprisingly this is a really nice tablet.
Samsung does not do tablets with built-in S-Pen holster anyways, I might have considered to pay $900 extra on top of these $200 for the tablet with S-Pen inside, but fortunately Samsung saved my money.
I miss only automatic brightness, everything else I don't need (like vibration, health or fingerprint sensor). Unfortunately even cheap tablets now have Apple-like tray, so you need a pin to open it.
It still has 3.5 connector though. Good things disappear gradually: replaceable batteries, trays that can be opened by nail, hardware buttons, headphones jacks...
3/32 Gb ROAM, but ...
I think this tab did not support OTG and there is just one sensor, accelerometer only.
Can some1 give me the procedure of inserting a sim card, size orientation how to use the "ICb" labelled section of the micro sd holder
The tablet is great in terms of build quality. When it comes to performance I found that it's able to do most tasks such as browsing, watching netflix and even gaming quite well. It doesn't blow your mind and stutters sometimes when switching in between heavy apps. The metal body and slim bezels really make it feel premium.
I found it has a few drawbacks, there is no light sensor on it which I find very disturbing. I really don't understand how they came to the decision to not include it, seems like a very very dumb idea.
Second is the lack of dedicated keyboard cases, unlike the previous generation which had on the side a set of pin connector which enable it to use the Tab S4 keyboard folio.
What beats all of these shortcomings is the price, keep an eye out for sales as they are frequent. I managed to get mine for a mere Â€170 !