Anonymous, 07 Aug 2014what is the difference of Tab s LTE and tab s 8.4 tab s LTE has enabled GSM and tab s 8.4 only has enabled wifi
What about "Dolby mobile sound enhancement" like on note 10.1 (2014)??
S., 19 Jul 2014so why have samsung released a fleet of tablets and phones but not a single 8 or 7 inch tablet... moreI am going to buy this tablet soon but i wonder why samsung does not produce a note tablet with these specs of tab s 8.4. Samsung why?
BKP, 02 Aug 2014I am currently setting up the tab S8.4 I bought 2 days back. Where is the WatchON. did not ... moreWatchON is not used anymore. Samsung altered it into "Smart Remote" that is more simple.
@nickabc,, the battery performance was not too good nor too bad,, i'm using the lte version, just below 24 hours, for playing music , video , browsing, (not gaming)
BOOTZ, 31 Jul 2014Connectivity
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 comes in two flavors - Wi-Fi only and LTE. The LTE ... moreI am currently setting up the tab S8.4 I bought 2 days back.
Where is the WatchON. did not find in app store or samsung store. maybe searching wrong place :(
BOOTZ, 31 Jul 2014Connectivity The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 comes in two flavors - Wi-Fi only and LTE. The LTE ... moreHi, r u the owner of this tablet? May i know hw is the battery life of this tablet?
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 comes in two flavors - Wi-Fi only and LTE. The LTE model features quad-band GSM and 3G support with HSPDA up to 42Mbps. The LTE support covers six bands and is category 4, which means you get up to 150Mbps downlink and up to 50Mbps uplink speeds.
Both tablet versions feature Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac support, with 2.4GHz and 5GHz band compatibility. Wi-Fi Direct and DLNA support are also available as well as GPS and GLONASS receivers. Bluetooth 4.0 is also available for local data transfer.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 also supports USB-on-the-go, but you will need to buy an additional adapter for that. The tablet can work with USB storage, USB mice and keyboards. Of course, you can always hook up a Bluetooth mouse or keyboard to the slate without relying on the cable connection.
You can also buy a MHL HDMI adapter and use it to pair with HDTV via a regular HDMI cable.
An IR blaster on the right of the tablet allows it to remotely control TV's and other devices using the Samsung WatchON app.
The last piece of the connectivity puzzle, NFC, is missing though.
SideSync 3.0 allows you to pair your tablet with your Galaxy S5 smartphone. The latter shows up virtually on the tablet's display; you can control its functions, make calls, and answer messages while it is in your bag or pocket. It really works very well and can come in handy if you use your tablet at home, while the phone is charging somewhere.
The Remote PC client is also preinstalled on the device. It seriously boosts its productivity credentials.
The Samsung AllShare feature is integrated with the Samsung's default apps - the Video Player app, the Gallery, and the Music Player - and it allows you wirelessly stream all sorts of multimedia content to your connected stereo or HDTV.
Samsung Link (previously known as AllShare Play) is another proprietary service offered by Samsung. Once you download the dedicated app, it automatically syncs all the multimedia content on your device to Samsung servers so it's backed up and also available for instant play on your other Samsung devices, including your Samsung SmartTV.
I have this tab but i am having hard time enabling the HDR mode, it is disabled out of the box and cant find a way to enable it. Im using T705
Does it have gps? It's in specs but some wi-fi only tablets don't have it so I'm asking.
so why have samsung released a fleet of tablets and phones but not a single 8 or 7 inch tablet with an s-pen??
anon, 17 Jul 2014one question can u call with this device like a normal phoneyes!
Anonymous, 15 Jul 2014just got it looks and feels great. 4g version i gotone question can u call with this device like a normal phone