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Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab (T-Mobile T849)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1275 reviews of Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab (T-Mobile T849). The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. People really like the size and screen. The durability and performance also get good feedback. Some have doubts about the price and portability. Comments about the reliability and battery are different.

usability, performance, durability, screen, size

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab (T-Mobile T849) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review (amazon.co.uk)

Amazon.co.uk review summary for Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab (T-Mobile T849)

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 157 user reviews of Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab (T-Mobile T849) from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category on Amazon.co.uk.

81% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

Aug, 2020

Consumer review (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab (T-Mobile T849)

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 34 user reviews of Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab (T-Mobile T849) from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category on Amazon.com.

85% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

Aug, 2020

Expert review by : Joanna Stern (engadget.com)

Samsung Galaxy Tab review

 

The story of the Galaxy Tab has been quite a saga, to say the least. In fact, it was actually back in May that we first heard rumblings of Samsung's

Compact and extremely solid build ; Great quality 7-inch, capacitive touchscreen ; Two cameras

Not all apps scale to the screen ; Little support from Google ; No decent video calling software

Nov, 2010

Expert review by : GSM Arena (gsmarena.com)

Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab review: An expanding universe

 

190.09 x 120.45 x 11.98mm, 380g, Quad-band GSM and tri-band 3G support, 7.2 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA support, Full GSM phone calling functionality, 7" 16M-color TFT LCD capacitive touchscreen of WSVGA (600 x 1024) pixel resolution, Gorilla Glass,...

Poor viewing angles, Picture ghosting due to slow LCD response, Some apps incompatible with the new resolution, Gallery displays downsized images only, Quiet loudspeaker, No FM radio, No USB host support

The Samsung Galaxy Tab does exceptionally almost all the tasks it’s meant to do. But for the flawed gallery and the high-latency screen with sub-par viewing angles we are struggling to find an aspect of its performance to criticize. None of those are...

Oct, 2010

Expert review by : GSMArena team (gsmarena.com)

Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab preview: First look

 

Samsung P1000 Galaxy Tab is Samsung's move onto the tablet warfield and luckily we are right here in the battle fray to give you first-hand scoop from the announcement event. Some might argue that it's rather a step down from laptops but the Samsung...

Sep, 2010

Expert review by : Donald Bell (cnet.com)

Samsung Galaxy Tab review

 

Editors' note: Due to the changing competitive landscape, we've lowered the Tab's overall score to 7. Check out CNET Tablet page for our latest tablet reviews.

Samsung's 7-inch Android tablet is a serious contender to the Apple iPad, boasting two cameras, Flash compatibility, and a more convenient size.

The Tab behaves more like a supersize Android phone than a Netbook alternative. The Android OS and its apps aren't yet optimized for the larger screen. Depending on your plan, you may be in for a two-year contract and a commitment to monthly charges.

The Galaxy Tab is a beautiful product with features that will make iPad owners envious, but its in-between size and possible carrier commitments hold it back from broad appeal.

Jan, 2011

Expert review by : Christopher Null (wired.com)

Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab

 

Did someone say iPad killer? While the Samsung Galaxy Tab is smaller and more portable than Cupertino's wunderkind.

Smaller form factor offers much better portability. Bright, high-resolution screen. Runs Flash? Oh, yeah

Some stability concerns. Proprietary connector and cable (looks like an iPod port, but ain’t). Battery is nonreplaceable

Nov, 2010

Expert review by (pcmag.com)

Samsung Galaxy Tab (Sprint)

 

I'm not bashing the Tab, but I'm also not recommending it—yet. The Tab is a blank slate. It's an overgrown smartphone without the ability to make voice calls. The Tab can do all the things Galaxy S phones do, just bigger. Samsung has done some amazing...

Fast. Well built with a slick design. Runs almost all Android apps. Supports Adobe Flash 10.1

Not enough tablet-centric software. Reflective screen. Slick back

With solid, well-designed hardware, the Samsung Galaxy Tab for Sprint is the first viable Android-based competitor to the Apple iPad. But so far, it doesn't have apps that will compel you to buy one.

Expert review by (pcmag.com)

Samsung Galaxy Tab (T-Mobile)

 

You're actually getting a little more for your $399 (with 2-year contract) or $599 (without contract) with T-Mobile's device than with Sprint's. This unit has 16GB of internal storage plus a memory card slot; Sprint's only has 2GB along with the slot....

More storage and faster Internet than the Sprint version

Service plans aren't optimal. Still not enough apps

T-Mobile's first Android tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab, is a solid piece of hardware, but it doesn't have enough great apps to be compelling—yet.

Expert review by (pcmag.com)

Samsung Galaxy Tab (Verizon Wireless)

 

All the Galaxy Tabs should get roughly the same battery life as they all use the same 4,000 mAh battery, but I've achieved varying results based on how hard they have to run their 3G radios in midtown Manhattan. With one e-mail account pushing in the...

Great plan pricing for medium-to-heavy users. Custom app store has potential to showcase tablet-centric apps

Right now, Verizon's custom app store is a dis-app-ster. No discounted two-year contract option. Less storage than T-Mobile's model

A misleading app store means Verizon's offering is the least compelling of the Samsung Galaxy Tabs for now.

Expert review by (pcmag.com)

Samsung Galaxy Tab (AT&T)

 

The tablet isn't a phone, but connects to the Internet via AT&T's HSPA 7.2 network or Wi-Fi. The AT&T network is the second-fastest of the Galaxy Tab 3G networks, after T-Mobile's. I got respectable download speeds of around 1.5Mbps, but slow uploads...

Still the best non-iPad tablet. Plans include Wi-Fi hotspots. Not much bloatware

High up-front price. Blocks non-Android Market apps. AT&T's own apps are subpar

AT&T must love selling iPads, because the carrier hasn't given consumers much reason to choose its Galaxy Tab over the four competing carrier models.

Expert review by : Chris Davies (slashgear.com)

Samsung Galaxy Tab Review

 

Samsung's Galaxy Tab proved to be the product of IFA 2010, and has seldom left the headlines since its Berlin debut. Seven inches of Android slate, it promises to be the open alternative to Apple's iPad and the poster-child for Google's OS done right...

Oct, 2010

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