Have had this tablet for nearly a year now. And really like it. Was going to buy ipad but the tab s won me over because 1.it has flash for pics 2.you can add an sd card to expand memory up to 128GB! Whereas you would have to pay LOADS to buy a 128gb ipad
ahbang, 23 Jan 2015Im stuck on whether getting the ipad air 2 or galaxy tab s 10.5. I love the amoled screen on t... moreGet the iPad, you hardly notice the display and if you play games like me you're better off with an iPad. However if you prefer android Os's get the nexus 9 it's practically the same but don't get the tab s it lags a bit
4G lte is unusable my sony and htc same category of lte connecting
perfectly while my 10.5 stays 3g
I have had this for several months.
This thing is slow and laggy. It has a noticeable delay when you are using it for web surfing, etc.
I bought it to watch movies on the plane for my overseas travels. The picture quality is amazing and I always have my brightness turned on to the maximum and the battery is still great.
Download Swift key . Its free and it has the best keyboard layout. You can resize it, put theme on it and add a CURSOR!!!
Very good tablet for daily life it has world class facilities , and very efficient and quick.fantastic tablet
I just pick up this tablet and I try to get to keyboard type to change to split or drag around the keyboard the button next to the space bar for keyboard option .It did not show that option icon on the keyboard setting.Can someone help try to get the Samsung support they could not help me to get it to work.I even try to exchange for another tablet and still didn't work.
Great device. Comendable touch, lighting fast and really value for money. The huge 10.5 screen makes it really out of the mob. Proud to carry such a product. Only drawback I found was in the rear camera. There isnt selective focus. Rest all is fantantically fantastic 😉
Does it have gorilla glass???? And if it has which type???? 2?? 3?? 4?? Thanks in advance :)
this device is excellent, i took yesterday the Bluetooth keyboard.
I expected to see the device being charded during the keyb charging.
There are a lot of wireless charge devices why not this one.
They could also made pin connectors to recharge the device whey the keyboard is charging in open and closed way.
actually i need to have two charging cables, one for the device and one for the keyboard. IT'S STUPID by a serious brand like SAMSUNG.
However it did not come with a stylus, should it have a stylus, there is a slot on the tablet that
not the only one who wants a fine tip stylus for my Galaxy Tab S 10.5 ! Please , someone post here if you have found one that works. I dont understand why this Tablet didn't ship with a good Stylus !
not the only one who wants a fine tip stylus for my Galaxy Tab S 10.5 ! Please , someone post here if you have found one that works. I dont understand why this Tablet didn't ship with a good Stylus !e.
Anonymous, 05 Mar 2015its responsive, ultra fast and the screen is magic. i recommend it to allhow's the battery life sir in every usage?
I had got this tablet.....and found out that speakers volume are very low when seeing youtube videos.....but in headphones, it was good.....how to increase the volume through app.....
its responsive, ultra fast and the screen is magic.
i recommend it to all
Anonymous, 29 Jan 2015:-) wow, my first mobile phone was in 1985 we called it a logabil it was the first mobile phon... moreI kinda doubt you were first, NMT450 was a real cellphone system and was put into service in Nordic countries in 1981. By your time, 1985, NMT was already so big in Nordic that it was the worlds biggest cellphone network, in fact it was so big that only the Norwegian part of it all by itself was quite likely to be the worlds biggest national cellphone network at the time (in the mid 80ies Norway had more mobile users than the other Nordic countries combined).
NMT 450 replaced the various existing manual mobile phone systems in these countries and was so good that it has just recently been discontinued in Iceland. NMT spread from Nordic to many countries around the world so it is not unlikely that your first phone used NMT450 or NMT900.
ahbang, 23 Jan 2015Im stuck on whether getting the ipad air 2 or galaxy tab s 10.5. I love the amoled screen on t... moreAir 2 of course, performance wise Tab S is more a competitor to the discontinued iPad 2, just that the iPad 2 is faster in games. Go to the store and test it, its amazing how Tab S drops frames in simple games that can run smoothly on 2011 single core Android devices, Tab S performance is purely benchmark performance.
The disadvantage with iPad performance is that the UI ticks along in its own pace no matter what hardware you have and unless you have downs syndrome you will find that pace annoyingly slow, takes some serious getting used to, for example in the time it takes the keyboard to slide up from the bottom of the display you have time to type 2-3 characters before it becomes responsive and then you have to start all over again since your sentence starts on character number 3 to 4. Unfortunately this is by design and Apple refuse to include options to shorten animation/transition times.
Garyh, 27 Jan 2015I may come across as sounding biased, but my use of a mobile phone commenced in 1993, before a... more:-) wow, my first mobile phone was in 1985 we called it a logabil it was the first mobile phone in this country i think we were the first in the world. america were using car radio phones at the time. jose
I may come across as sounding biased, but my use of a mobile phone commenced in 1993, before a lot of the current generation of users were even born (but not all! ;-) ).
I made a lot of comparisons and hands-on tests and in the end it came down to either an Apple iPad or the Galaxy Tab S 10.5. I liked the 'squeaky-clean' appearance of the Apple, consistent over the many years of professional use, but the Samsung was unexpectedly easier and, shamelessly -- a lot more fun to use and just play with: it is a very engaging device and highly customisable (so too, is Apple, but not the same degree). I've teamed up the Galaxy Tab S with a Logitech Type-S bluetooth keyboard and the combo is certainly a head turner: close the cover and nobody knows there is a full-size QWERTY keyboard there on which I am writing my book using OfficeSuite Pro. Some suggestions for prospective users: get your hands on one that is in full operating mode (no demo!!) and run your hands all over it. The AMOLED display is superb and cleans very easily (overlays are available if you get annoyed by finger prints and smudges). The SD card slot will take a micro SD up to 128Gb and this is enormously useful if you have a digital camera that can link up by wifi to the Galaxy and transmit its pictures for storage. Go for it!