Anonymous, 21 Jun 2016Just got the OTA update to 6.0.1 on Galaxy Tab S2 (T710) in CanadaAwesome marshmalow.. can't wait for it here.so how the performance?
Anonymous, 20 Jun 2016If you are planning to buy a tablet for movies than you should never gone for Samsung Galax... moreregarding the black thing in watching movies? I can use mxplayer or any movie player to stretch the movie right?
Just got the OTA update to 6.0.1 on Galaxy Tab S2 (T710) in Canada
Dick, 19 May 2016Hi I am about to buy a new tablet, however I am torn between SGTs2 and mediapad 2 8.0, what I ... moreIf you are planning to buy a tablet for movies than you should never gone for Samsung Galaxy tab s2 coz its aspect ratio is worse for movies you would have a big black hole on the up and down
Hafsa Zahid, 16 Jun 2016I want to buy this tab. But all over the Internet it says that AMOLED screens get burn in soon... moreThe burn in is due to the reaction in the chemicals that react with electricity in the subpixels to generate colored light in ambled displays. Because the light is generated by a chemical reaction using the phosphors and/or fluorescent compounds, these chemicals slowly run out as a little is lost via the reaction. This means that burn in will occur on any screen mode. Using the basic screen mode might help slow the process however due to the varying lifespans of the primary color subpixels. Red and green subpixels generally degrade slowly, taking well over a few years to be noticeable at minimum and usually much longer. Blue subpixels however have been more tricky to stabilize and have a significantly shorter lifespan. Burn in can therefore be more noticeable in areas of the screen that are either frequently displaying more blue or less blue than the rest of the screen. For example if the stausbar were black on an amoled screen, the blue subpixels would be brighter in that area as they would be used less on average than other blue subpixels, if the status bar were blue the opposite effect could be observed. Because the basic screen mode tones down the vibrancy/saturation of the colors, burn in could theoretically be slowed, but not stopped completely. Hope this helps.
Hafsa Zahid, 16 Jun 2016I want to buy this tab. But all over the Internet it says that AMOLED screens get burn in soon... moreAmoled screens only get burn if you burn them with fire there is no need to panic just buy this tablet it is a good tablet
I want to buy this tab. But all over the Internet it says that AMOLED screens get burn in sooner or later.
If I choose the basic mode in display setting, will there still be a chance of screen burn in?
Urri, 10 Jun 2016Specifications do not say if one could make regular GSM calls using this tablet. Please add t... more@ Urri, the network is the frst item click technology and see were this tab can connect to the available network bands
Specifications do not say if one could make regular GSM calls using this tablet.
Please add this line to tablets specs.
Some tablets could work as phones and some could not.
How to find out?
I got it yesterday and i already love it!
I would like to ask, how it goes with the very first charging? If it reaches the 100% does it still need to be pluged in? and if yes then for how long?
I got it yesterday and i love it already!
and i would like to ask how it goes with the very first charging? does it need still to be plugged in when it reaches 100% and if yes then for how long?
Anonymous, 24 May 2016I'm using this tablet and a note 5 phone.
Everything about this tablet is faster than note ... moreThere are two more advantages of tab S2 comparing to note 5
1) tab s2 is covered with more glossy glass than note 5 (you can clearly notice way more reflection on tab s2 when display is off). This makes tab s2 to produce better contrast and less fogy display.
2) tab s2 display has a pure white tone and note 5 display has a horrible yellow town all over!
i have samsung tab s2 T715. when i connect it with the charger it is heating too much. i used note 4 charger. same problem occurred . what's the problem?