Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE ReviewSamsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE 7
For a tablet with a 7.7-inch display, its accompanying 5,100 mAh battery sounds like the perfect capacity, and rightfully so, we’re content for the most part with its battery life – especially when it’s constantly connected via LTE. Fully charged, we find the tablet at the 25% mark by the end of our first day of normal usage, which is more than what we can ask for considering the constant transfer of data over LTE.
Seriously, Samsung has every consumer covered now that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE is finally on the scene – and it’s pretty amazing considering the feverish rate they pump out new models. Ready to tackle the tablet landscape by surprise with its gleaming Super AMOLED Plus display, which is still a rarity amongst tablets in general, this small bundle of joy surely packs a punch with its set of arsenal to make it a valiant offering. However, some people might be scared away by the $499.99 on-contract or $699.99 outright cost that Verizon is asking for the tablet. Perhaps, if it were lower, or simply made available as a Wi-Fi only model, it would indeed fetch more prying eyes, but in the meantime, its price will surely keep some people at bay from rushing at the opportunity of picking it up. Looking ahead to the future, the new iPad is set to debut very shortly with its own dreamy hardware – thus, the pricing of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE will indeed come into play more than ever at that point.
Android Version: 3.2
Build Number: HTJ85B.I815FA02.SCH-I815.I815FA02
Kernel Version: 2.6.36- I815FA02-CL619502
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE Video Review:
- Glowing Super AMOLED Plus display
- Different looking design from Samsung
- Great for viewing photos & videos
- IR Blaster that turns it into a remote
- Abysmal 720p video recording quality
- Sluggish performance
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE Review - Performance and Conclusion