Mine LTE with 128Gb and it worth. It better than Tab S and Ipad mini. Tab S2 is super thin, light and fast. Display is stunning. Anything you need is in this Tab. I like it.
Ive got mine but only saying max cpu speed is 1.3ghz but shows 8 cores no matter what benchmark etc i use.
I just had it over a week and i must say that it took me a while to finally adapt to the android world. I have had the ipad 2, ipad mini2 and iphone 6plus and very hesitant to give it a try with samsung because i value the things i buy with my money. Without any prejudice apple gave that very good impression of quality to me as a product. S2 tab is great and did not regret getting it. The battery life is the only thing that keeps me worry. Great device from an apple lover.will be back after 6 months for a comment😆
romanromantico, 11 Oct 2015what do you think is the meaning of non removable battery?It mean you cannot remove battery by yourself (user) if you are not specialize on that.
BVB, 09 Oct 2015Wat is meant by Battery non removable?You can't replace it
BVB, 09 Oct 2015Wat is meant by Battery non removable?what do you think is the meaning of non removable battery?
Have u guys notice that Tab s2 have no "Touch key-light" at all ......
Such a pity ......
planning to get one this tab, looking good. price still expensive. the price same as ipad air 2!
Tab S is much better compare to this tab
considering 4800mah battery
I have been using this device for two weeks now, what i can say is that, the device overall responsiveness is great. The build quality is also good, chamfered metal rim with soft rubbery back cover which improves grip of the device. Super Lightweight, has a decent battery life (i do not games, just browsing, YouTube and movies) - 6hrs+ of screen-on time using the device's speakers. The screen is just incredible . Good for browsing the web. Even at a lower pixel density of 320 ppi, text and images still look sharp. OTG is also supported which is very nice.
But, the Rear Camera should have a flash, a wider angle and higher resolution selfie cam. Also, I noticed that there is a problem with the exposure while recording videos on selfie cam as recording against light tends to darken faces too much in favor of the lighter background.
I do not own the previous tab s 8.4 therefore i am only commenting soley for this device.
I liked the "iconic android ratio 16:10" for my smartphone. They're great for watching videos in widescreen. But terrible when used to write office documents.
The "iconic apple's ipad ratio 4:3" looks promising for reading web/writing documents, but wouldn't use the whole screen when watching 16:10/16:9 widescreen videos (black bands above and below).
P.S : I'm not an apple user. I wish I wouldn't have to use anything from Cupertino.
That said, for tablets I'm actually leaning more towards the 4:3 ratio, for reading/writing performance, AND the fact that Tablets are Bigger and Wider and Heavier than smartphones it's unnatural to try keep it in your front trousers/shirt pockets, EVEN IF THEY FIT IN THERE (It'll tear your clothes, believe me).
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