MY REVIEWS FOR SAMSUNG GALAXY TAB IN #INDIBLOGGER
I am writing this post after checking the pros and cons of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. I didn’t want to write just simply without reviewing the tablet as I wanted to experience the Samsung Galaxy Tab as a user not just write. I write what I implement or experiments on the gadgets
I can directly tell this tablet is in directly competition with IPad of Apple. Or it’s just an Alternative of Ipad for gadgets Freaks who are looking for affordable price
The Tablets looks very good when handling and the user interface is also smooth, and I found that lots of applications which are supporting it is also free and paid. The HSPA and in built Modem acts very fast to get access to internet via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
The android markets for the Galaxy Tablets rocks! The motion technology is also quite interesting. After all this how could I miss the Phone functionality which is very important where you can’t find this option in IPAD. With this option we can cover the MMS & SMS messaging along with the Voice Calls
The apps of the social hub are also quite interesting. Now let’s get to the pros and cons of the SAMSUNG GALAXY TAB
PROS of Samsung Galaxy Tab
- Light weight where we can carry anywhere and slim I can tell this will revolutionize the market
- Upgradable to any version of the software which is built on it
- Bright Screen usable in direct sunlight
- User Interface is very good
- Dual Camera with video recording facilities
- Battery Life seems to be as I was continual browsing non stop
CONS of Samsung Galaxy Tab
- The main I would like to inform about the cons is the price as it is the range of the IPAD, whereas there are few more branded tablets available when targeting to the Indian industry. If the price was lower it would be very good to swipe the markets
- I don’t know whether this tablets support the voice calls
- There is no USB option if that was there it would consider very well. Since most of us use the external drives/ thumb
drives may be a working professional or we can use to connect the keyboards and work easily
- The Image quality is not much impressive as I have interviewed few people and takes some snapshots it seems to be blurry. The camera quality has to be improved. I am using the Samsung products sine more than 3 years.
- Now the major point is everyone is looking for HD or BluRay I don’t find any option to record a video in HD or Bluray format
- I have checked personally that most of the flash based websites don’t work
- And some of the movie formats also don’t open if there was a codec available which would work on any type of videos would be good.
- Multi-tasking response is very slow we need to close most of the Apps to increase the performance speed.
- The other major option i would love to have is reading books i mean voice based. Where tablets read the eBooks so that the user can listen to it may be while travelling, or any other. it would not
provide the user any stress to eyes
Overall I can tell that this tablet is mostly considered for business people. If it was for average people or any student’s organization I would consider myself to get a few
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Samsung finally went ahead and did what we’ve expected them to do today with the announcement of their first Android powered handset, the I7500. Better late than ever, I say. The I7500 is no slouch in the feature department with a 3.2-inch AMOLED touch-screen, GPS, Wi-Fi, and 8GB of internal memory. It’s also an HSDPA capable device with a 5-megapixel AF camera with Power LED (no clue what that is but I assume it’s flash), Bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0, MicroSD (up to 32GB support) and a 3.5mm earphone jack. It’s also pretty thin at 0.47 inches.
The media player should be pretty good with MPEG4, H.263/4 and WMV video playback support. The following audio codecs are also supported in case you were wondering: MP3, AAC, AAC+, e-AAC+, WMA, RA. Battery life should also be okay with a 1500mAh removable battery.
No word on price, but the I7500 will launch in Europe this June.
I can’t say that I’m surprised Samsung will launch the I7500 in Europe first, but touting themselves as the first of the three top global handset manufacturers to announce an Android handset is nothing to boast about in my opinion. What is it with this company and having to be the first at something no matter what it is?
It looks like Samsung might have hired the same folks responsible for their last Omnia viral video to conjure up one for the HD i8910 (which, depending on where you live, may or may not go by the OmniaHD.)
This one doesn’t seem quite as creative as the last one (though, as that one was a play on something us gadget bloggers do on a weekly basis, we might be a bit biased toward it), but it’s bound to get them some hits. After showing off the HD i8910’s video quality a bit (which, if you pop the embed into HD mode, doesn’t seem too shabby. Of course, it’s professionally tailored not to), they make the phone “disappear”, challenging the viewer to guess how it was done.
Be it witchcraft, slight of hand, or a homage to Duck Soup, we’ve leave the sleuthing up to you – but check after the jump for one of the oddities we noticed.
Either someone forgot to flip the S’s when they were setting up the “mirror”, or the HD i8910 is made by Samsung’s secret sister company, Zamzung. Spot anything else amiss? Let us know in the comments.
Samsung’s latest Windows Mobile slider is now available from AT&T. The chromed out Propel Pro features WinMo 6.1, GPS, Wi-Fi, stereo Bluetooth, a 3-megapixel AF camera and a microSD card slot. Get you some Windows Mobile action for $150.
Quad band GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)
Tri-band UMTS/HSDPA connectivity (850/1900/2100 MHz)
2.55-inch TFT screen; 320×320 pixels; 65K colors
3-megapixel AF camera
MicroSDHC card support, up to 16 GB
10MB of internal memory
Talk time: up to 6 hours
Standby time: up to 12 days
3.9 x 2.4 x 0.60 inches
Alright, fellas – lets get this one out of the way: the Samsung SGH-A657 isn’t going to score you any points from the ladyfolk. These military spec phones never do. That said, if you’ve actually got a reason to be carrying a phone like this, you’re probably too busy rappelling out of helicopters to care what people think about your mobile. Or, you know, you work construction or something – but hardcore army dudes make for better imagery.
As far as features go, it’s the mobile equivalent of a Kia Spectra wrapped up in a tank’s body. It’s got Bluetooth 2.0, Stereo Bluetooth, AT&T Navigator and Mobile music, Push to Talk, EDGE and HSDPA, microSD expansion, and all the basics you’d expect of any phone – but it’s also spec’d to play rough, meeting military specifications for dust, shock, vibration, and extreme temperatures. Plus it has a flashlight, just in case you drop the keys to your war machine.