Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Review

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7 November 2011, Singapore – There’s been so much hype about Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 and we noticed also very high viewership of our previous posts about the tablet.  Here’s our tech writer, Dennis’s personal review after fiddling around with the most popular Andriod Tablet.

Design & Feature – This is a beautiful tablet that is slim and lightweight.  But the plastic back makes it feel less solid when you compared it to the iPad 2.  It is nice to have a tablet that comes with 5 megapixels rear camera and a LED flash. On the Samsung Android Honeycomb user interface, something that differs from the rest of the Android Tablet, is the Print Screen button on the action bar which I find it convenient and handy to share my screens with my friends.

Performance – The screen is brilliant.  When comparing the screens while playing Angry Birds on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and on the iPad 2, I noticed that the image is so much more vibrant on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The performance of Android Honeycomb (3.1) seems a bit laggy when you first start up the unit, but after a few swipes it gets better.  The battery life is good as the tablet will be able to last for an all day use. The camera performance may be a 5 megapixels camera, but the picture quality did not match my expectations. The pictures are over exposed when the flash is turned on, and the camera do not comes with touch to focus. See the comparison with iPad 2 (VGA quality camera) and iPhone 4 (5 megapixels camera)

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - in room ambiance

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - in room ambiance

iPad 2 - in room ambiance

iPad 2 - in room ambiance

iPhone 4 - in room ambiance

iPhone 4 - in room ambiance

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - with bright lightings

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - with bright lighting

iPad 2 - with bright lightings

iPad 2 - with bright lighting

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - with built in flash

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - with built in flash

iPhone 4 - with built in flash

iPhone 4 - with built in flash

 

Conclusion – The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is still one of the better looking Android Tablets available in the market with a decent performance that supports Adobe Flash.

 

Front View

Front View

Back View

Back View

Rear 5 megapixel camera with LED Flash

Rear 5 megapixel camera with LED Flash

Action Bar

Action Bar

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