Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE ReviewSamsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE 7
Naturally, taking photos with a tablet would probably be one of the unlikely things you’d spot people doing often, but lucky for this, we’re accepting of the results produced by its 3.2-megapixel camera – even though they’re not spectacular. Struggling in properly handling dynamic rang, coupled with its soft toned details, it might not allude to acceptable shots, but it’s nevertheless sufficient enough for a 4” x 6” printout. However, you can pretty much kiss it goodbye with shots taken in low lighting, as pervasive instances of digital noise tarnishes its appearance – though, its LED flash is powerful enough to counteract some of the blemishes.
Ouch! You can forget attempting to record 720p videos with this one, well, that’s because it’s so darn ugly looking. Actually, it’s flawed tremendously by its poor details, heavy artifacting, and over-exposed appearance. On the other hand, we do like its quick 29 frames per second capture rate and clear audio recording, but it’s not enough to distract our eyes from the horrendous visuals.
Taking a look around the TouchWiz UX music player, it’s undeniably functional at its core, but it’s barely pushing the envelope with its conventional interface. Donning dual-speakers, the tablet is able maintain neutral tones that don’t strain at the loudest volume – while still being delightful to the ear. Furthering the audio experience, various equalizer settings and 5.1 channel surround sound are available to fine-tune its output.
No doubt that tablets are perfect for watching high definition videos thanks to their sizable displays, but it’s even made better to watch on the Super AMOLED Plus display of the Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE. With our test video encoded in DivX 1920 x 1080 resolution, its playback is nearly flawless in all aspects, but it’s the punchy colors that our eyes feast on that make it such a memorable and tantalizing experience.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE Review - Camera and Multimedia