After the success of 10.1 and 7 inch models, this tablet comes with a size which is not too bulky but at the same time provides the luxury of big-enough size.
This tablet follows up the 10.1 and 7-inch versions creating a size that is not too bulky, but big enough to satisfy the customer. Samsung seems to be looking for a niche in the market and is experimenting with size. Samsung have been bringing different sizes thereby looking for a new tablet market in every attempt.
Have got hands on the AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and it looks that the tablet provides the ease of comfort, convenience and a functional gadget. Here is the review and the features of the gadget.
Its has got 8.9” WXGA 1280×800, 16:9 aspect ratio capacitive touch screen with a stunning display which is crisp a higher pixel density, and consequently, a sharper image. It provides the ease of playing games and watching movies on a 10-inch screen.
Speed & Performance:
The Galaxy Tab 8.9 runs the dual-core Tegra 2 System-on-Chip which makes the device very responsive, especially for web browsing and again the dual-core boosts web page loading. Even the multi tasking is a very quick responsive one. It works with par to the Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket level. The 4G LTE connection provides a lightning speedy internet.
Samsung uses a 6100mAh battery and has an average life span; a day usage drops the battery by 50 percent. A full charged device with little or no use lasts around 3 days without any further charge.
The tablets come with Android 3.1 software (Honeycomb) – a modern operating system designed specifically for tablets in combination with the Samsung’s Touch Wiz interface.
The tab has a 2MP front camera for video chats and a 3.2MP rear camera for taking photos. The rear camera captures decent pictures and in terms of coloring the details and shades and thus producing a not so vibrant image. The picture quality is similar to that of Galaxy S2, but S2 has a better stand as of the 8 megapixel shooter